Cyanide was concealed in ‘poké balls’ when officers searched the workplace of a suspect in a Wan Chai blast on July 1, police said. Photo: HandoutCyanide was concealed in ‘poké balls’ when officers searched the workplace of a suspect in a Wan Chai blast on July 1, police said. Photo: Handout
Cyanide was concealed in ‘poké balls’ when officers searched the workplace of a suspect in a Wan Chai blast on July 1, police said. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong police find cyanide stuffed in Pokémon toys and explosives at children’s learning centre as they arrest two over July 1 blast in Wan Chai

  • Officers say they seized the dangerous materials when searching the workplace of one of the suspects
  • Two men arrested in relation to an explosion at rubbish bin in Wan Chai after July 1 protests this year

Topic |   July 1 march
Cyanide was concealed in ‘poké balls’ when officers searched the workplace of a suspect in a Wan Chai blast on July 1, police said. Photo: HandoutCyanide was concealed in ‘poké balls’ when officers searched the workplace of a suspect in a Wan Chai blast on July 1, police said. Photo: Handout
Cyanide was concealed in ‘poké balls’ when officers searched the workplace of a suspect in a Wan Chai blast on July 1, police said. Photo: Handout
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