Hong was suspected of fleeing after getting 200,000 yuan. He was arrested at the airport early this morning and the court ruled that he should be detained.

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[Reporter Zhang Ruizhen/Taichung Report] In the early hours of yesterday (6th), a lottery shop in Nantun District, Taichung City was robbed with a knife, and the 40-year-old main suspect, surnamed Hong, got 200,000 yuan. After taking a flight around Singapore, today (7 Day) Returned to Taiwan in the early morning and was arrested by the police at Taoyuan Airport. The Taichung police charged him with robbery. The Taichung District Prosecutor’s Office believed that he was in danger of fleeing. He applied to the Taichung District Court for detention. The court ruled to allow him to be detained late at night.

According to the police investigation, Hung first went to the lottery store to buy lottery tickets in the early morning of the 4th of this month, and observed the situation on the spot. He found that there was only one female clerk visiting the store. He left the rental house on the evening of the 5th and took the Taichung MRT to Xinwu. At the high-speed railway station, he changed clothes in the toilet of the high-speed railway station, threw the original clothes in the trash can, and then stole a motorcycle. Yesterday (6th) at 1 o'clock in the morning, Hung suspected that he rode the stolen car to the lottery lottery to commit crimes with a knife. Immediately escaped with the stolen car after succeeding, and then abandoned the stolen car at the intersection of Jianguo Road and Jingcheng South Road in Nantun District. The criminal knife and helmet were also discarded in the row near the abandoned car point, and then walked to Hsinchu by taxi. Then to Taoyuan Airport, departed for Singapore at 7 o'clock in the morning on the same day, and discarded the black clothes worn at the time of the crime in Singapore.

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The Taichung police received a notification from the Immigration Department in the early hours of this morning that Hung would take a plane to return to Taiwan in the early morning. The task force dispatched personnel to Taoyuan Airport to arrest him. He claimed that he had lost money in investments, lottery games, and was heavily in debt. The crime of robbery was transferred to justice. The Taichung District Prosecutor's Office recognized that he was in danger of fleeing, and that he was suspected of destroying evidence.

Hong Suan made a detour to Singapore and was arrested in Taoji early this morning.

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