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Cat owner, 64-year-old man arrested, was stolen from the non-staple food wholesale market in the West District

2022-05-14T13:39:14.249Z

A suspected cat stealing case occurred in the Western Non-staple Food Wholesale Market. The owner of the stall, Mr. Xie, kept a three-month tabby cat "Little Ia". He disappeared this Wednesday (11th) morning. He checked the CCTV of the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and exposed the cat thief. for wholesale



A suspected cat stealing case occurred in the Western Non-staple Food Wholesale Market. The owner of the stall, Mr. Xie, kept a three-month tabby cat "Little Ia". He disappeared this Wednesday (11th) morning. He checked the CCTV of the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and exposed the cat thief. As a man from a vegetable bar in the wholesale market, Xie walked over to question him, and the other party asked back, "Is there any evidence?" Xie had no choice but to call the police to save the cat.

After a preliminary investigation by the police, a 64-year-old man named Wu was arrested in Tseung Kwan O District at about 1 p.m. on suspicion of "theft". "Little La" has also been recovered.


"You have a lot of patience and affection." Xie runs a vegetable bar in a wholesale market. He previously raised a tabby cat named "Lala". He disappeared for no reason a few months ago. It is believed that it was stolen. Cat theft incidents happened from time to time: "I don't see cats from time to time." Later, he raised another tabby cat and changed his name to "Little Ia". Unexpectedly, it was stolen again.

He recalled that at around 11 am this Wednesday (11th), he found that "Little Ia" had nowhere to go, and the CCTV of his shop was broken. A man took "Little Ia" away in a cardboard box. At 8 am this morning, he went to ask for it to be returned. The other party denied it and asked, "Is there any evidence?" Xie had to call the police for help. The month-old cat, about 40 centimeters in length, disappeared.

After receiving the call from 34-year-old Mr. Xie for help, the police immediately dispatched officers to the scene to investigate, and looked through the "Sky Eye" to track down the cat stealing process. After a preliminary investigation by the police, a man was arrested in Tseung Kwan O District on suspicion of "theft" at about 1 p.m. 64, a man surnamed Wu, is being detained for investigation, and the "Xiao La" involved in the case has also been recovered. Fortunately, there are no superficial wounds on his body.

The case was classified as theft and was handed over to the Fifth Division of the Western District Police District Criminal Investigation Team for follow-up.

Mr. Xie's cat "lala" was stolen a few months ago.

Source: hk1

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