The Abu Thai Living Department Store in Mong Kok was broken into twice and the staff called the police for help. The police arrested five people for suspected misconduct in public places, including two students aged 14 and 15.
The police said that yesterday (February 6) they received a report from the staff of a shop at No. 610 Nathan Road, saying that at about 10:00 p.m. At about 10:00 p.m. on February 5, two of the men went to the shop again and yelled loudly.
It is known that the store involved is the Mong Kok branch of Abu Thai Life Department Store.
The case was followed up by the Anti-Triad Action Team of the Mong Kok Police District. After in-depth investigation, two local boys aged 14 and 15 were arrested in Kwai Chung District and Kowloon City District respectively last night. They were arrested today (February 7) ) in the early morning hours in Hung Hom District and Kowloon City District, arrested three local men aged between 25 and 28 on suspicion of "misconduct in public places".
All the arrested persons are currently being detained for investigation. It is understood that the two boys are studying in Secondary Two and Secondary Four respectively; the other three arrested persons were reported as clerks, insurance brokers and unemployed respectively.
They entered the store and yelled the name of Lin Jingnan, the founder of Abutai. It is not known whether it was related to the trial of the "47 primary election case" recently.
Forty-seven pro-democracy figures were charged with conspiracy to overthrow state power for organizing or participating in the primary elections of the pro-democracy "35+".
Lin Jingnan and Wu Jianwei, who originally denied the charges, pleaded guilty instead. The prosecution revealed in court yesterday that the four defendants who pleaded guilty, Au Nuoxuan, Zhao Jiaxian, Zhong Jinlin and Lin Jingnan, will appear in court as witnesses for the prosecution.
Primary election case｜Au Nuoxuan, Zhao Jiaxian, Zhong Jinlin and Lin Jingnan and other 4 people will be turned into witnesses for the prosecution 47 people in the primary election case Lin Jingnan, the founder of Abu Thai Life Department Store, will plead guilty next month