Written by: Deng Haixing and Zhang Jiahao
Last update date: 2021-04-14 04:54
A taxi robbery occurred in Wan Chai.
At 3 o'clock in the morning today (14th), when a taxi arrived off No. 41 Kennedy Road, the male passenger in the car showed the appearance of a thief. After showing off his sword and robbing the male driver, he robbed him of about 6,900 yuan in cash. Escape without a trace.
The taxi driver was not injured and immediately called the police.
The police classified the case as a "robbery" and are pursuing the culprits.
Mr. Wu, the taxi driver who was robbed, said that he had taken the male passenger to the address from Bessa Bay, Pokfulam, Hong Kong Island.
As soon as the materials arrived, the other party showed a scorpion knife and held his neck, saying "I beg for money!" After Mr. Wu handed over some 10 yuan and 20 yuan notes, the other party suspected that he was "not too small" and threatened him to hand over the silver. After he complained about the cash in the bag that he wanted to "pay the balance", the culprit returned 100 yuan to Mr. Wu, and he eventually lost about 6,900 yuan.
Wu pointed out that he had been driving a taxi for about 30 years, mainly for replacement. Recently, the work started more densely. This time I lost about one week of labor. Fortunately, more than 10,000 yuan that he intended to be used for household use and the number of card refunds has not been robbed. .