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Police arrested 9 E-Kids in Tsim Sha Tsui without a license

2021-06-23T07:54:35.473Z

From yesterday to today (18-19), the police launched operations codenamed "Thunderbolt 2021 (THUNDERBOLT 21)" and "Plow Ting Sweeping Point" in various districts of Hong Kong to crack down on triad and cross-border crimes and conduct raids.



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Written by: Ling Yide

2021-06-19 12:38

Last update date: 2021-06-19 12:46

From yesterday to today (18-19), the police launched operations codenamed "Thunderbolt 2021 (THUNDERBOLT 21)" and "Plow Ting Sweeping Point" in various districts of Hong Kong to crack down on triad and cross-border crimes and conduct raids. There are multiple entertainment venues, bars, saunas, sparrow halls, game console centers and residential units in 6 regions of Hong Kong.

According to news, at about 12 o'clock in the morning today (19th), officers from the Special Duty Squad of Yau Tsim Police District smashed an unlicensed building on Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui. There were 6 men and 3 women in the arrest area, aged between 24 and 24. At the age of 41, they were respectively suspected of "selling alcohol without a license" and "drinking in a place without a license."

According to sources, one of the arrested persons was Tommy, a member of the boy group E-Kids.

According to sources, one of the arrested persons was Nguyen Min An, a member of the boy group E-Kids.

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Source: hk1

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