Between May 2019 and last month, police received 14 reports of credit card theft involving around HK$320,000 in total in Sau Mau Ping. Photo: Shutterstock Between May 2019 and last month, police received 14 reports of credit card theft involving around HK$320,000 in total in Sau Mau Ping. Photo: Shutterstock
Between May 2019 and last month, police received 14 reports of credit card theft involving around HK$320,000 in total in Sau Mau Ping. Photo: Shutterstock
Crime

Hong Kong police arrest jobless man believed to be involved in 14 cases of credit card theft in Sau Mau Ping

  • Suspect is accused of stealing letters containing new credit cards, removing the chips, and fixing them onto bogus cards to withdraw cash
  • Police seize 28 chips, several bank and membership cards, and three Hong Kong identity cards in his home in Ngau Tau Kok

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Between May 2019 and last month, police received 14 reports of credit card theft involving around HK$320,000 in total in Sau Mau Ping. Photo: Shutterstock Between May 2019 and last month, police received 14 reports of credit card theft involving around HK$320,000 in total in Sau Mau Ping. Photo: Shutterstock
Between May 2019 and last month, police received 14 reports of credit card theft involving around HK$320,000 in total in Sau Mau Ping. Photo: Shutterstock
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