A platoon of armed police officers took a hooded suspect back to a crime scene at a Tseung Kwan O public estate this week to retrieve potential evidence and re-enact his diabolical acts, which allegedly spanned several years and could involve dozens of victims. Inside a fire-hose closet on a high floor in King Lam Estate, the officers found what they were looking for. Missing body parts? No, a dozen women's shoes and clothes! The 14-year-old suspect allegedly had a fetish for old shoes worn by the fairer sex and had been 'collecting' them from neighbours who put their personal belongings outside their doors to save space. He allegedly also visited nearby estates when residents closer to home suspected something was amiss and started storing everything inside. The high-profile crime scene re-enactment was trailed by reporters and photographers, the publicity of which police no doubt hoped would alert more victims to come forward. The youth has been released on $1,000 bail and told to report to police in two weeks. He has not been charged. We must applaud the enormous efforts and manpower which police have invested in solving this most heinous of serial crimes.