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[Tsim Sha Tsui Robbery] Jewelry Trader Robbed by Foreigners and Lost 18 Million Hong Kong Dollars

2020-01-11T12:50:14.115Z

On the morning of Saturday (11th), a male mainland jeweller passed through Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui. He was robbed by four thieves and robbed of a baggage carrying foreign currency worth about 18 million Hong Kong dollars. When a thief ran away, the wallet was picked up by a male businessman, and the thief ran away with the wallet. It is known that the thief's credentials are contained in the wallet, and the police are looking for a man between the ages of 20 and 30.



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Written by: Chen Nuoxi, Huang Weimin

2020-01-11 09:09

Last updated: 2020-01-11 20:44

On the morning of Saturday (11th), a male mainland jeweller passed through Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui. He was robbed by four thieves and robbed of a baggage carrying foreign currency worth about 18 million Hong Kong dollars. When a thief ran away, the wallet was picked up by a male businessman, and the thief ran away with the wallet. It is known that the thief's credentials are contained in the wallet, and the police are looking for a man between the ages of 20 and 30.

At 8 am today (11th), when a man passed by 25 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, 4 suspicious persons approached the victim and snatched his luggage. The thief fled immediately and the police are investigating the incident. The source said that when one of the thieves escaped, he accidentally dropped his wallet and remained at the scene. The victim picked it up and handed it to the police for investigation.

The total amount of cash in the luggage bag is about 1 million euros.

It is understood that the victim was a male jewellery businessman who originally passed through 25 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, and returned to the office building of Windsor Building, 29 Chatham Road South. The stolen luggage was full of cash, including US dollars, British pounds and euros. The total cash was about 1 million euros, or about 8.61 million Hong Kong dollars. The source said that the four suspects were Chinese men and did not wear a mask when they committed the crime. However, some thieves dropped their wallets when they ran away and were picked up by the victim. The thieves tried to turn back to pick up the wallets, but they continued to escape. It is understood that the wallet contains documents and a 20-year-old man is wanted.

Police raided the CCTV of 25 Chatham Road South. The victim was also present at the scene to assist in the investigation. Later, the police accompany the colleague to return to the office building of Windsor Building for investigation. At 11:00 am, the police accompany the colleague to leave Windsor Building and return to the police station to assist the investigation.

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[Tsim Sha Tsui Robbery] Jewelry Trader Robbed by Foreigners and Lost 18 Million Hong Kong Dollars

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