Date
23 January 2017
Some HK$1.6 million worth of valuables were taken from a unit at The Hillgrove in Tuen Mun. Photos: HKEJ, Baidu
Some HK$1.6 million worth of valuables were taken from a unit at The Hillgrove in Tuen Mun. Photos: HKEJ, Baidu

Burglars hit luxury apartments in North Point, Tuen Mun

Some HK$2 million worth of valuables were stolen in burglaries at two luxury apartments in Tuen Mun and North Point, Apple Daily reports.

At 11:25 p.m. Sunday, a 28-year-old man surnamed Ling arrived at his home at The Hillgrove at No. 9 Tsing Fat Lane in Tuen Mun, only to find his apartment ransacked.

He said the burglars took some HK$1.6 million worth of valuables, including cash, watches and jewelry.

About an hour earlier, another burglary was reported at a residential unit at No. 48 Tin Hau Temple Road in North Point.

The 43-year-old flat owner surnamed Cheng said she found a window to her bedroom damaged and her safe cracked open. Some HK$500,000 worth of watches and jewelry were stolen.

Police said no suspects have been arrested yet.

Repulse Bay Road mansion owned by Stanley Ho wife burglarized (Aug. 29, 2016)

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