A battery-powered home-made bomb was delivered in an envelope to police chief Chris Tang on Monday at the force’s Wan Chai headquarters. Photo: Nora TamA battery-powered home-made bomb was delivered in an envelope to police chief Chris Tang on Monday at the force’s Wan Chai headquarters. Photo: Nora Tam
A battery-powered home-made bomb was delivered in an envelope to police chief Chris Tang on Monday at the force’s Wan Chai headquarters. Photo: Nora Tam

Home-made bomb delivered to Hong Kong police chief’s office in envelope, though no injuries or evacuation required

  • The battery-powered device, which began to smoke when staff opened the envelope at noon, was sent without an attached message
  • Police are investigating to determine if there are any ties to letters containing white powder sent to police and media earlier this month

Topic |   Hong Kong police
A battery-powered home-made bomb was delivered in an envelope to police chief Chris Tang on Monday at the force’s Wan Chai headquarters. Photo: Nora TamA battery-powered home-made bomb was delivered in an envelope to police chief Chris Tang on Monday at the force’s Wan Chai headquarters. Photo: Nora Tam
A battery-powered home-made bomb was delivered in an envelope to police chief Chris Tang on Monday at the force’s Wan Chai headquarters. Photo: Nora Tam
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