Written by: Li Huina
2020-04-06 15:18Date of last update: 2020-04-06 15:18
The epidemic of the new coronavirus pneumonia continued, and the price of masks in the market was still high. An unemployed man was arrested for stealing 3 boxes of masks in a pharmacy in Mong Kok. The total value of the items was 585 yuan. He was charged with one count of theft. The case appeared in the Kowloon City Magistrates' Court today (6th). He has no need to reply for the time being. The case is adjourned until May 5. He has not applied for bail. Continue to remand.
The defendant, Wu Bolin (age 30), was charged with stealing three boxes of surgical masks at Ping An Grand Pharmacy in Mong Kok on April 3 this year, with a total value of HK $ 585. The defense applied for the adjournment of the case, pending the request of documents and the provision of legal advice to the defendant. The case will be heard in West Kowloon Magistrates' Court on May 5.
Charged for another injury case
The accused was also accused of working as a hairdresser assistant on August 3 last year and was involved in a dispute with a colleague until the other side was injured. Therefore, he was charged with an assault causing physical injury. He was heard in the Eastern Magistrates' Court on April 4.
Case number: KCCC531, 524/20
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