Chief Inspector Hui Hong-kit (left) and acting chief superintendent Ho Chun-tung (centre) display evidence seized in anti-gambling operations on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam Chief Inspector Hui Hong-kit (left) and acting chief superintendent Ho Chun-tung (centre) display evidence seized in anti-gambling operations on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
Chief Inspector Hui Hong-kit (left) and acting chief superintendent Ho Chun-tung (centre) display evidence seized in anti-gambling operations on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
Crime

Hong Kong police break up triad-run gambling syndicate that took in billions in bets this year

  • Officers arrest 18 people suspected of illegal bookmaking activities in a series of raids across Kowloon and New Territories
  • Police seize HK$8.5 million in cash in suspects’ homes, and freeze HK$19.5 million in accounts believed to be linked to ring

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Chief Inspector Hui Hong-kit (left) and acting chief superintendent Ho Chun-tung (centre) display evidence seized in anti-gambling operations on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam Chief Inspector Hui Hong-kit (left) and acting chief superintendent Ho Chun-tung (centre) display evidence seized in anti-gambling operations on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
Chief Inspector Hui Hong-kit (left) and acting chief superintendent Ho Chun-tung (centre) display evidence seized in anti-gambling operations on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
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