A domestic cat kept in a shop at No. 202 New Reclamation Street, Yau Ma Tei disappeared earlier this month. The female cat owner waited for a long time but did not see her cat, so she called the police for help.
The police received a report and launched an investigation. It turned out that two Nepalese men stole the cat. They were arrested in Mong Kok yesterday (15th) and the stolen cat was recovered in their residence.
The lost and recovered "Golden Pillow" is a 5-month-old male with no injuries.
(Photo provided by the police)
The lost and found cat is 5 months old, male, named "Golden Pillow".
According to the police, the female cat owner surnamed Chen reported to the police on Valentine’s Day this Tuesday, claiming that the “Golden Pillow” that had been stocked in the shop was missing as early as the evening of the 4th of this month. .
Officers from the Yau Tsim District Intelligence Unit and the Animal Crime Police Squad identified two men on the same day after investigation and review of CCTV footage. They took action yesterday (15th) and arrested two men, aged 29 and The 31-year-old Nepalese man was suspected of "theft" and recovered the "golden pillow" and the clothes the suspect was wearing when he committed the crime in their residence in Mong Kok District.
The "Golden Pillow" has been returned to the cat owner after being inspected by the Society for the Protection of Animals.
The two arrested persons are currently being detained for investigation, and the case will be handed over to the Yau Tsim District Criminal Investigation Team (Animal Crime Police Squad) for further follow-up.
The police reminded that pet owners should pay more attention to their pets and avoid letting them move around out of sight, so as to avoid accidents or criminals taking advantage of their pets.