A cat thief appeared earlier in Fuk Lai Estate, Tsuen Wan, and a 2-year-old tiger-striped cat woman "Lok Lok" kept in an office on the ground floor of Wing Tai Building was taken away by a man on Wednesday (November 11). The police said that after an in-depth investigation, the Tsuen Wan District Criminal Investigation Team arrested a 29-year-old local man surnamed Cheng in Sheung Shui District on suspicion of "theft" this afternoon (5th), and he is being detained for investigation. But Lele's whereabouts are still unknown. Police appeal to anyone with any information or information on the stolen cat to contact the investigators at 33-3661.


The son of Mrs. Chan, the proprietress of the museum, told "Hong Kong 01" that he has not been notified by the police to arrest anyone and will contact the police for information later. He pointed out that in the past few days, he has been looking for "Lok Lok", mainly in the open space behind Discovery Park and Fuk Lai Estate, and some netizens said that they had found cat tracks near Wing Lok Building, but could not determine whether it was "Lok Lok".

"Le Le" was deeply loved by its owner and the neighbourhood, but it was taken away on 11 November. (Photo by Lin Zefeng)

The incident occurred at 11:29 a.m. on November 11, and it can be seen from the closed-circuit television of the office that the suspect walked out with "Lok Le" in his arms about one minute after entering the store. At that time, "Lele" struggled to jump to the ground, but was immediately grabbed by him and hugged in his arms, and finally Shi Shiran left to the right side of the store. The owner of the cat, Mrs. Chan Chung-shing, said in an interview with "Hong Kong 11" that "Le Le" is 1 years old and has been raised since it was 01 months old. "Le Le" has a gentle personality and is deeply loved by his family and neighbors, and he also plays with it when the neighbors go in and out on weekdays, so he is used to stocking. On the day of the incident, "Le Le" disappeared after eating and was later notified by the Fong that he had been taken away. Mrs. Chan said, "Some neighbors told me, 'You cat is taken away by a man,' and I ran out immediately," but there was no trace of him.

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Police remind members of the public that theft is a serious offence punishable by imprisonment for up to 10 years. Members of the public are reminded not to defy the law.

In an interview a few days ago, Mrs. Chen urged the cat thief to return Lele as soon as possible. (Photo by Lin Zefeng)

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A 2-year-old tiger cat "Lok Lok" kept in an office of Wing Tai House in Fuk Lai Estate was stolen. (Photo by Weng Yuhui)

There is a piece - the 2-year-old cat "Le Le" of the Fulai Estate Office in Tsuen Wan was taken away, and the proprietress urged it to be returned as soon as possible

There is a piece - the 2-year-old cat "Le Le" of the Fulai Estate Office in Tsuen Wan was taken away, and the proprietress urged it to be returned as soon as possible