A crab theft occurred in Sham Shui Po yesterday (12th).
A thief took long-legged crabs near the entrance of a seafood shop and fled without a trace.
"Hong Kong 01" learned from Ms. Peng, the person in charge of the store, that she suspected that "crab thieves" were committing crimes in the nearby area, and another seafood store nearby suffered.
Ms. Peng was surprised by the crab-stealing incident, and bluntly said that "(it turns out) someone would do it if you took away a whole live crab", describing the thieves' methods as rampant.
After the incident happened, Ms. Peng did not want to sit idly by, so she posted on the Internet to ask the public to "help" and provide information to catch the crab thief as soon as possible. At the same time, she also hoped to remind other colleagues and seafood shops to beware of similar incidents.
Ms. Peng told what happened. It turned out that the shop assistants did not immediately find out that the crab thief had taken the long-legged crabs. Because they were all handling different business such as washing crabs and selling crabs, no one came to the shop, so there was no one after the incident. For meaning.
The incident was reported by the nearby Xiangshu seafood restaurant. An employee of the adjacent store saw a man running around with a crab and felt suspicious, so he notified the store. Ms. Peng checked the CCTV and was surprised that someone had stolen the crab.
Ms. Peng later reported to the police for help. When the police officer in charge of the investigation checked the closed-circuit TV, she said, "It seems to be it, it seems to be it." After Ms. Peng questioned again, the police officer of the criminal investigation team revealed that a seafood stall nearby was also subjected to the same method. Stealing seafood, lobsters were stolen from some shops, and there was even more than one case a day, and the suspect was suspected to be the same person.
Ms. Peng pointed out that there are a lot of seafood shops and restaurants nearby. It is not ruled out that the thieves took the crabs away and sold the seafood nearby. She also pointed out that another person was captured by the closed-circuit TV wandering around the door of the shop. She suspected that someone helped the crab thief "look at the water."
Ms. Peng pointed out that her seafood shop opened at the beginning of last year, and said that she had never encountered such a rampant theft. The Alaskan longleg crab stolen in the incident was a large crab, weighing at least 5 catties, and worth 1,500 to 2,000 yuan.
Ms. Peng hopes that the public will "help" and provide information to catch the crab thief as soon as possible. At the same time, she also hopes to remind other colleagues and seafood shops to beware of similar incidents.
The incident happened at 5:25 yesterday (11th), when the police received a report from the staff of a seafood shop at No. 47 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po.
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".
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.
A seafood shop in Sham Shui Po was caught by thieves who "took a crab" into the shop and snatched long-legged crabs worth about 1,500 yuan