High Court judge Patrick Li accepted in mitigation that the mainlanders had provided useful information against their co-defendants, which was an important reason for their guilty pleas. Photo: Roy Issa

Men ‘would have tied up staff and used knives and guns’ to rob shop stocked with HK$50 million worth of luxury watches if police had not intervened, court hears

  • High Court hears officers watched four mainland Chinese men carry out reconnaissance on targeted shop in Tsim Sha Tsui on six occasions
  • Men were recruited in Shenzhen and brought to Hong Kong illegally to team up with two locals
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High Court judge Patrick Li accepted in mitigation that the mainlanders had provided useful information against their co-defendants, which was an important reason for their guilty pleas. Photo: Roy Issa
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