Bail refused again for Indian accused in multi-million-dollar TST robbery

Local | 9 Mar 2018 12:37 pm

The Kowloon Magistrates' Courts has today rejected a second bail bid by Indian-born Hong Kong resident "Romi" Ramanjit Singh and Enish Limbu, who have been accused of robbing more than 450 million Japanese yen (HK$32 million) from two people on Cameron Road in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 9.

Singh was escorted to court by several police vehicles from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre.

Singh, 29, was arrested on February 21 for robbery. He is also listed on an Interpol Red Notice for attempted murder and conspiring to commit terrorist activities in India.

He was born in August 1988 at a village in the Punjab and came to Hong Kong with his father in 1997.

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