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[Theft in the car] The thief blasted the window of a seven-person car in Yau Ma Tei and stole 80,000 yuan in a tour guide tip

2019-12-03T02:05:10.528Z

At 5 am on Tuesday (3rd), the police received a report from a man who allegedly parked a seven-seater car parked on Hamilton Street near Nathan Road in Yau Ma Tei. A rucksack was missing, with about 80,000 yuan in cash, a laptop worth about 10,000 yuan, and a headset worth 1,300 yuan. Police rushed to investigate and classified the case as "theft in the car"



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Written by: Deng Haixing, Chen Yongwu

2019-12-03 06:46

Last updated: 2019-12-03 09:50

At 5 am on Tuesday (3rd), the police received a report from a man who allegedly parked a seven-seater car parked on Hamilton Street near Nathan Road in Yau Ma Tei. A rucksack was missing, with about 80,000 yuan in cash, a laptop worth about 10,000 yuan, and a headset worth 1,300 yuan. After the police rushed to the investigation, the case was classified as "theft in the car" and was followed up by the Seventh Team of the Yau Tsim District Criminal Investigation Team. No one has been arrested for the time being.

The source said that the stolen rucksack contained about 80,000 yuan of tour guide tips and company computers in the stolen rucksack. At about 10 pm yesterday (2nd), he parked his car at the address, and then went to the nearby area for a supper. When he returned several hours later, he was surprised that the car had been stolen.

Female car owner loses 6,000 yuan in window theft at Mong Kok Audi

Four thefts occurred in the car within five hours this morning

From 3 am to 7 am, the police have received four reports of theft in the car in just five hours. At about 3 am, a female owner driving an Audi 4WD reported that when she retrieved her car at 16 Nelson Street, Mong Kok, she found that the window on the right side of the rear seat was broken. Flying wing, the total value is about 6,000 yuan. In addition, theft occurred in Kowloon City and Sheung Shui respectively at 4 am and 7 am this morning. The reporters all reported that their car windows were broken and their backs were stolen. The losses are still being counted.

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Source: hk1

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