Criminals in Hong Kong took advantage of the cover provided by Typhoon Higos to raid closed shops. Photo: May TseCriminals in Hong Kong took advantage of the cover provided by Typhoon Higos to raid closed shops. Photo: May Tse
Criminals in Hong Kong took advantage of the cover provided by Typhoon Higos to raid closed shops. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong burglars strike during Typhoon Higos, robbing dried seafood shops of HK$1.1 million in products

  • Two stores in Kwai Chung and Tsuen Wan hit by gangs before dawn with typhoon warning signal No 9 in force
  • Reports of burglaries have been on the rise across the city this year, with 1,156 cases recorded

Topic |   Crime
Criminals in Hong Kong took advantage of the cover provided by Typhoon Higos to raid closed shops. Photo: May TseCriminals in Hong Kong took advantage of the cover provided by Typhoon Higos to raid closed shops. Photo: May Tse
Criminals in Hong Kong took advantage of the cover provided by Typhoon Higos to raid closed shops. Photo: May Tse
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