Hong Kong teens Hoang Lam-phuc and Liu Tsz-man are returned to Hong Kong last month after mainland authorities declined to charge them. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong teens Hoang Lam-phuc and Liu Tsz-man are returned to Hong Kong last month after mainland authorities declined to charge them. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong teens Hoang Lam-phuc and Liu Tsz-man are returned to Hong Kong last month after mainland authorities declined to charge them. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong teen who was among the 12 fugitives detained in Shenzhen could face additional charges after being returned to city

  • Prosecutors are mulling charging Hoang Lam-phuc, 17, with failing to surrender to custody and conspiracy to assist offenders in addition to his existing case
  • Hoang and another teen were handed over to Hong Kong police by mainland authorities after they decided not to charge him with illegally crossing the national border

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Hong Kong teens Hoang Lam-phuc and Liu Tsz-man are returned to Hong Kong last month after mainland authorities declined to charge them. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong teens Hoang Lam-phuc and Liu Tsz-man are returned to Hong Kong last month after mainland authorities declined to charge them. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong teens Hoang Lam-phuc and Liu Tsz-man are returned to Hong Kong last month after mainland authorities declined to charge them. Photo: Sam Tsang
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