Warning: The details in this story are disturbing.
Hong Kong police arrested four people in connection with the case dismemberment and murder 28-year-old model Abby Choi.
According to the New York Daily News, Choi went missing on Tuesday and authorities believe her body was dismembered. Police allege that Choi and her ex-husband’s family had a dispute over finances.
Her ex-husband, Alex Kwong, 28, was arrested at the ferry terminal. Hong Kong happy saturday
At the time, Kwong had $63,700 in Hong Kong dollars and several luxury watches worth about $510,000. Police told the South China Morning Post that they believe he was trying to flee Hong Kong when he was arrested.
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Both of Kwong’s parents, besides his brother, were previously charged with Choi’s murder.
Choi was last seen by her ex-brother-in-law, who reportedly worked as her driver. The model allegedly passed out after getting into his car on February 2. 21, and then taken to the place where she was allegedly killed.
Chinese officials believe Choi’s former father-in-law was the mastermind behind a plot to kill the model over a million-dollar property dispute.
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The police believe that Kwong’s family gave false statements to the police. Authorities found Choi’s legs in a refrigerator and human tissue placed in soup pots in a rented house in Lung Mei village.
Superintendent of the Kowloon West Regional Crime Squad, Alan Chang, told reporters on Saturday that some body parts were not found.
“Tools used for Dismember the human bodyMeat grinders, chainsaws, long raincoats, gloves and masks were found in the apartment,” Chang said.
He added that the rented house occupied by the model’s former father-in-law appeared to have been “carefully furnished by cold-blooded killers.”