A criminal damage case occurred in Yuen Long. At about 3 am today (15th), a white private car suddenly crashed into the gate of a Japanese restaurant on the ground floor of No. 56 to 64 Jiao Yu Road.
The police arrived at the scene to investigate and found that the rear of the private car hit the gate of the restaurant, but the pavement outside the gate of the restaurant was equipped with iron bars. It was unbelievable that the private car was reversing and hit the gate through the iron bars.
It is understood that the police finally solved the mystery after checking the nearby CCTV footage. It turned out that the private car involved shoveled the footpath from the pedestrian crossing of Renlefang earlier and drove quickly about 30 meters ahead. When it passed the restaurant, it was immediately resolved. Stopped, and then quickly reversed and twisted the right wheel, just hitting the rear of the car against the iron gate of a Japanese restaurant.
The driver in the car immediately put on his helmet, jumped over the iron fence and got on a motorcycle that drove to the meeting, got on the back seat and left the scene.
While the private car was driving on the pavement, it crashed into a road sign, and the railing also slightly collided.
As for the private car involved in the case where the driving permit was torn off, it cannot be ruled out as a lost car. The investigation revealed that the car was involved in a case in Tsuen Wan.
The Japanese restaurant in question was named Yuyi. It had two shareholders, a famous yellow shop in Yuen Long. During the epidemic, the business did not fall but increased, and the expansion of the rented isolation shop became a dazzling phenomenon.
According to a staff member, the store has no semicolon. It has been open for 6 years at the above location and has not offended anyone. Therefore, it is unknown why it was threatened by the gate.
Yuyi then uploaded two CCTV footages on his social media page, which can be clearly seen from the left and right angles of the shop.
Yuyi said in a message: "Sorry, it may not be open tomorrow. I hope that other merchants or neighborhoods can provide information about the motorcycle."