A closed-circuit TV clip circulated on the Internet. A thief actually took away a whole long-legged crab near the entrance of a seafood shop in Sham Shui Po. The shop owner was furious and called the police.
Some netizens pointedly pointed out that seafood thieves are rogues, while others joked that "they come here because of their reputation and know how to eat." The clerk pointed out that someone stole an Alaskan longleg crab weighing about 5 to 7 kilograms yesterday, worth about 1,500 yuan.
The police received a report for investigation and classified the case as "theft". No one has been arrested yet.
A seafood wholesale shop in Sham Shui Po posted a post on the Internet yesterday (11th), claiming that the shop had stolen long-legged crabs. Called the police."
According to CCTV footage, the incident happened at about 5:00 p.m. yesterday (11th). He bent down and took a long-legged crab from it, and fled after getting it.
A man in blue just passed by and looked suspiciously at the seafood thief who was running with a crab in his arms.
The police received a report from the staff of a seafood shop at No. 47 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po at 5:25 on the same day.
It is understood that after the incident, someone told the clerk that he saw someone taking the long-legged crab from the store, and then the clerk checked the closed-circuit TV and found that someone was "taking the crab by the hand".
"Hong Kong 01" visited the store this morning, and the person in charge pointed out that yesterday someone stole an Alaskan longleg crab weighing about 5-7 catties, worth about 1,500 yuan.
The police temporarily classified the case as "theft" and handed it over to the third team of the Criminal Investigation Team of the Sham Shui Po Police District for follow-up. No one has been arrested yet.