A wounding case occurred in Sham Shui Po. Today (23rd) at about 7 pm, two men were reportedly attacked and injured with a knife on the streets of Tai Nan Street and Guilin Street. The suspect fled the scene after the incident.
Witnesses said the suspect was a local man. He first stabbed an African-American man in the back of the neck with a knife at No. 325, Da Nan Street, and then attacked another local man at the junction of Da Nan Street and Guilin Street. Escape in the direction of Qinzhou Street.
In the incident, a 38-year-old African-American man suffered a neck injury. Although he was awake, his injuries were serious and he had to be rushed to Princess Margaret Hospital by ambulance for treatment. A 52-year-old man surnamed Chen local suffered facial injuries, but he refused to be sent to the hospital.
Bloodstains were left on the ground, as well as black masks and blood-stained tissues.
According to sources, the two injured and the attacker were not acquainted with each other, and the motive for the suspect's murder is unknown.
The police said that they received reports from passers-by that a local 52-year-old man and a 38-year-old Nigerian man were attacked by a Chinese man with a knife at the junction of Da Nan Street and Guilin Street. Then fled.
Officers arrived at the scene. After preliminary investigation, the case was classified as "wounding people". The case was handed over to the Sham Shui Po Police District Crime Squad for follow-up.
Police said the suspect is a Chinese man between the ages of 40 and 50, with a height of about 1.65 meters and a medium build. He was wearing a gray jacket, black top, gray trousers and white sneakers at the time of the incident.