Authorities have cracked down on the building where the grisly body-in-cement murder took place over illegal land use allegations. The Building Department and the Lands Department took joint action on Friday against a unit owner of DAN6, an industrial building in Tsuen Wan, after the owner allegedly used the flat for domestic purposes. The Lands Department stressed DAN6 could only be used for industrial or godown purposes. Officials served statutory orders to the unit’s owner, requesting the owner demolish the unauthorised building works in the flat. No bail for three defendants in Hong Kong body-in-cement case “The orders also required the owner to discontinue the present domestic use and reinstate the affected parts of the premises in accordance with the approved plan,” said a spokesperson for the Building Department. When police were looking into the missing person case of 28-year-old Chung Man-li in late March, officers uncovered his decomposed body encased in a cement-filled box in a unit of DAN6. The unit was also said to be used as a residential flat. It was unclear whether the authorities were referring to this unit. The authority had also issued a warning letter to the unit owner, adding that it would consider taking further lease enforcement – including vesting the interests of the unit in the government. Failure to comply with a removal order faces maximum penalties of one year in prison and a fine up to HK$200,000.