Man, 42, dies after fight over damaged car, sparking Hong Kong police investigation
- Three suspects have been arrested in connection with case
- Photos from scene show black Nissan GT-R with smashed windscreen in garage
Police in Hong Kong are investigating the death of a 42-year-old man who was killed on Friday night after a brawl over a damaged car.
In a statement released by the force on Saturday morning, officers said they arrested three men involved in a homicide and criminal damage case that happened on Friday night in Tai Wai.
At about 6.30pm on Friday, police received a report that a man was struggling with three others on Shing Wan Road in Tai Wai.
Initial investigations revealed that before the fight, the 42-year-old man along with two accomplices had used hard objects to damage a vehicle in a garage on Shing Hing Street.
The man was then chased by three others, while his accomplices fled in a silver car.
He was found unconscious with head injuries, and later certified dead at Prince of Wales Hospital at 8.52pm on Friday.
“The three men, aged 29, 32, and 40 respectively, were arrested in connection with the case and are being detained [for inquiries],” the statement said.
Photos from the scene showed a black Nissan GT-R with a smashed windscreen in a garage.
Police from the District Crime Squad of Sha Tin are handling the investigation.