A knife slashing case occurred in Kwong Fook Estate, Tai Po yesterday (27th), a man was chased and beheaded by 3 people, and one of the murderers was even armed with a watermelon knife, which frightened passers-by to flee in a hurry. Police received reports and launched a search and arrested three men involved in the case in Tai Po and Aberdeen last night, including the victim who was chased and beheaded, with a preliminary belief that the incident involved a monetary dispute.
One of the assailants chased after the victim with a watermelon knife. (Jeff Au, Tai Po Tai Po Valley)
The three arrested persons were surnamed Huang (3), Wang (35) and Zhou (31), while the other two fugitives were between 41 and 30 years old. Among them, Huang is the subject of the beheading.
Police said Wong had an argument and fight with a man outside Kwong Chi House in Kwong Fook Estate over money, and the other party then left on his own. Later, when Wong was passing by Kwong Chi Building, he was attacked by three men with sticks and knives. Huang was not injured and fled the scene in a taxi.
After investigation, Wong, Wong and Chow were arrested in Tai Po District and Aberdeen District respectively in Tai Po District and Aberdeen District respectively in the evening of the same day.
The incident occurred at 27:7 a.m. yesterday (33th), and the police received a report that three men chased and killed a man in Kwong Fook Estate, Tai Po, and one of the murderers was armed with a watermelon knife. From the online footage, it can be seen that a man in a black shirt and pants, armed with a watermelon knife about 30 cm long, chased and killed a man wearing a brown jacket. The victim strode away in a dangerous situation; At that time, there were other passers-by who dodged one after another so as not to harm the pond fish.
From the online footage, it can be seen that the murderer chased and cut the man in the brown coat with a watermelon knife. (Jeff Au, Tai Po Tai Po Valley)
Chased by a man with a watermelon knife in a mask, the man fled for his life on the street of Tai Po, and passers-by were frightened and evaded