Wong Chi-man, acting chief inspector of the narcotics bureau, demonstrates how the ketamine had been concealed in tins of skin cream. Photo: Sam Tsang Wong Chi-man, acting chief inspector of the narcotics bureau, demonstrates how the ketamine had been concealed in tins of skin cream. Photo: Sam Tsang
Wong Chi-man, acting chief inspector of the narcotics bureau, demonstrates how the ketamine had been concealed in tins of skin cream. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong police arrest man in connection with 62kg of ketamine discovered in tins of skin cream

  • Police estimate the ketamine had a street value of nearly HK$40 million
  • Two others were arrested in connection with a separate bust in which some HK$12 million worth of ketamine was seized

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Wong Chi-man, acting chief inspector of the narcotics bureau, demonstrates how the ketamine had been concealed in tins of skin cream. Photo: Sam Tsang Wong Chi-man, acting chief inspector of the narcotics bureau, demonstrates how the ketamine had been concealed in tins of skin cream. Photo: Sam Tsang
Wong Chi-man, acting chief inspector of the narcotics bureau, demonstrates how the ketamine had been concealed in tins of skin cream. Photo: Sam Tsang
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