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"Men borrowing money" two assistants to the office handed over to District Councillor Mak Run-pei to chase thieves live: Qu habitual offenders

2021-03-03T16:28:33.140Z

A suspected "man with money" appeared in Ma On Shan and attacked the assistant of Sha Tin District Councillor Mak Run-Pui's office. However, he fled after being seen through. Mak Run-Pei staged a live broadcast of "Chasing Thieves" on his Facebook page and eventually intercepted the man. stop. wheat



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Written by: Lu Jiayu

2021-03-03 20:10

Last update date: 2021-03-04 00:05

A suspected "man with money" appeared in Ma On Shan and attacked the assistant of Sha Tin District Councillor Mak Run-Pui's office. However, he fled after being seen through. Mak Run-Pei staged a live broadcast of "Chasing Thieves" on his Facebook page and eventually intercepted the man. stop.

Mak Runpei said that the man was suspected to be a habitual offender. He had borrowed 500 yuan from the same assistant two years ago and disappeared. After learning about it, he discovered that several district councillors had been recruited.

The 53-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of failing to produce identification documents. The police alleged that he was a wanted person and was suspected to be related to two cases of obtaining property by deception in Yau Ma Tei.

Run-Pei Mak was broadcast live on a Facebook page this afternoon. In the film, Mak was chasing a man with a fat body and short gray hair in Ma'anshan. As seen in the live footage, Run-Pei Mak followed the man and shouted along the way, "Catch the thief! Yeah, there are witnesses, and there are people around you.” The man didn’t stop, but he collided with Mak and said, “Go!”, but the man was eventually stopped.

Sha Tin District Councillor Mak Run-pei broadcast live on Facebook this afternoon to chase the thief.

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Mak Runpei said that the man was not in the neighbourhood of the district. He also went to his office two years ago and claimed to the same assistant that he had lost his wallet. "Could you borrow money to send me to Stanley to chase my old friend." , The assistant lent 500 yuan to the other party, but the man disappeared later.

Mak Runpei said that it was later learned that the man was a habitual offender and he often borrowed money from different people. Several other district councillors and organizations had also been recruited.

At about 3 pm today (3rd), the man who borrowed money actually reappeared at the office and borrowed money from the same assistant. The assistant immediately called the police, and the suspect left immediately when he discovered that the incident had failed.

Ma Runpei immediately chased and followed the man, passing through Li'an Village, Yinhu·Tianfeng Market, etc., and finally stopped him on Xisha Road.

Mak Runpei said that after the police arrived at the scene, he had taken the man back to the police station.

Mak believes that the successful interception of the man this time is a good thing. He pointed out that the other party was "a lot of people." In the incident, the assistant was one of the victims. Mak said that the assistant was willing to testify if necessary.

Police: The arrested man is a wanted person

The police allege that a 30-year-old woman surnamed Su was reported to the police at 3 o'clock this afternoon, saying that a man suspected of defrauding money was found in Lee Wing House, Li On Village, Ma On Shan. The man tried to escape. The reporter joined the same 33-year-old Mak. The man stopped him.

The officers arrived at the scene and after preliminary investigations, a 53-year-old local man named Liang was arrested for failing to produce identification documents.

During the investigation, officers discovered that the arrested man was a wanted person. He was suspected to be related to two cases of obtaining property by deception in Yau Ma Tei.

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Source: hk1

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