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Murder in Sau Mau Ping
     Police are investigating a murder case in Sau Mau Ping yesterday (November 13) in which a 25-year-old non-ethnic Chinese man was killed.

     At about 11.04pm yesterday, Police received a report that three men were found injured in a playground on Ngau Tau Kok Road.
     Police officers sped to the scene and found two 25-year-old non-ethnic Chinese men were injured. One of them was rushed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in conscious state. Sustaining multiple injuries, another man was rushed to United Christian Hospital in unconscious state where he was certified dead at 11.47pm.

     In addition, a 23-year-old non-ethnic Chinese man took a taxi to United Christian Hospital on his own and was later transferred to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

     Initial investigations revealed that the deceased and injured were attacked by a group of seven to eight men with knives and iron poles. The suspects then left the scene.

     An iron pole in suspected connection with the case was seized in the vicinity of the murder scene.

     Police later arrested two non-ethnic Chinese men aged 39 years old and 26 years old respectively in Wong Tai Sin for murder. They are being detained for further enquiries.

     Post-mortem examinations on the deceased will be conducted later to ascertain the cause of his death.

     Active investigations by the Regional Anti-Triad Unit of Kowloon East are under way.

     Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information to offer is urged to contact the investigating officers on 2772 6271 or 9460 0456.

Ends/Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Issued at HKT 22:39
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