Items seized from a building in Sha Tin on Thursday on display at a press conference at Police Headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Edmond So

Police warn of more violence in Hong Kong protests after seizing petrol bomb modified to ‘make it more lethal’

  • Founder of outlawed Hong Kong National Party Andy Chan and seven others arrested from Sha Tin flat, while offensive weapons were also seized
  • In another raid in Tin Shui Wai, police seize 30 smoke bombs and chemicals such as potassium nitrate, along with HK$500,000 in cash, and arrest three
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Items seized from a building in Sha Tin on Thursday on display at a press conference at Police Headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Edmond So
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Police escort those arrested in the industrial building. Photo: RTHK

Andy Chan, founder of banned Hong Kong National Party, among eight arrested in raid, while family of three detained over smoke bombs in separate operation

  • Rowdy crowd gathers outside Sha Tin Police Station where they assumed Chan and those arrested with him were sent
  • Chan tells supporters not to be afraid of arrest, adding ‘there is no turning back’
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Police escort those arrested in the industrial building. Photo: RTHK
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