Officers from the commercial crime bureau are investigating and further arrests are possible. Photo: Warton Li Officers from the commercial crime bureau are investigating and further arrests are possible. Photo: Warton Li
Officers from the commercial crime bureau are investigating and further arrests are possible. Photo: Warton Li
Crime

Money exchange swindlers conned two victims out of US$1 million, Hong Kong police say after arresting four and seizing HK$8 million in fake notes

  • Syndicate ran two phoney money exchange shops and posted messages online saying the outlets offered preferential rates to lure targets
  • Shop staff conned two victims into remitting more than 7.1 million yuan into designated bank accounts in mainland China, police say

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Officers from the commercial crime bureau are investigating and further arrests are possible. Photo: Warton Li Officers from the commercial crime bureau are investigating and further arrests are possible. Photo: Warton Li
Officers from the commercial crime bureau are investigating and further arrests are possible. Photo: Warton Li
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