The bodies being removed from Elizabeth House in 1984. Picture: SCMPThe bodies being removed from Elizabeth House in 1984. Picture: SCMP
The bodies being removed from Elizabeth House in 1984. Picture: SCMP

Unsolved murder case of ‘window-box tomb’ was one of Hong Kong’s most grisly

The discovery of the bodies of two Singaporean brothers, heirs to a goldsmith’s chain, encased in cement at a Causeway Bay flat followed their kidnapping and the tabling of a ransom demand with a photo of a severed arm – not theirs

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The bodies being removed from Elizabeth House in 1984. Picture: SCMPThe bodies being removed from Elizabeth House in 1984. Picture: SCMP
The bodies being removed from Elizabeth House in 1984. Picture: SCMP
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