Hong Kong police say officers will liaise with overseas law enforcement agencies through Interpol to share intelligence and assist with investigations. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong police say officers will liaise with overseas law enforcement agencies through Interpol to share intelligence and assist with investigations. Photo: Shutterstock

Beijing ‘actively searching’ for missing Hong Kong residents held captive in Southeast Asia

  • Police say 12 Hong Kong residents had been detained against their will and at least two held for ransom so far this year after they fell for love and employment scams
  • Local office of foreign affairs ministry in contact with Immigration Department and embassies ‘in actively searching for the whereabouts of the missing persons’

Hong Kong police say officers will liaise with overseas law enforcement agencies through Interpol to share intelligence and assist with investigations. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong police say officers will liaise with overseas law enforcement agencies through Interpol to share intelligence and assist with investigations. Photo: Shutterstock
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