Chief Inspector Ip Siu-lan (left) and Senior Superintendent Ng Kwok-cheung (right) of the Narcotics Bureau stand behind a haul of recently seized drugs at a press conference on Friday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Chief Inspector Ip Siu-lan (left) and Senior Superintendent Ng Kwok-cheung (right) of the Narcotics Bureau stand behind a haul of recently seized drugs at a press conference on Friday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Chief Inspector Ip Siu-lan (left) and Senior Superintendent Ng Kwok-cheung (right) of the Narcotics Bureau stand behind a haul of recently seized drugs at a press conference on Friday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Crime

Hong Kong police arrest 41 suspected drug dealers, including seven students, for selling narcotics via social media

  • The suspected dealers are accused of using platforms like Facebook and Instagram to advertise their wares
  • Undercover officers carry out arrests across the city while meeting the suspects to collect drugs ordered online

Topic |   Crime
Chief Inspector Ip Siu-lan (left) and Senior Superintendent Ng Kwok-cheung (right) of the Narcotics Bureau stand behind a haul of recently seized drugs at a press conference on Friday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Chief Inspector Ip Siu-lan (left) and Senior Superintendent Ng Kwok-cheung (right) of the Narcotics Bureau stand behind a haul of recently seized drugs at a press conference on Friday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Chief Inspector Ip Siu-lan (left) and Senior Superintendent Ng Kwok-cheung (right) of the Narcotics Bureau stand behind a haul of recently seized drugs at a press conference on Friday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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