|Police say missing couple killed
The body parts of an elderly couple missing earlier this month have been found in Tai Kok Tsui and police said they were killed.
Two men, including the younger son of the couple, have been arrested, police said.
Glory Chau Wing-ki, 64, and his wife Moon Siu Yuet-yee, 63, were reportedly last seen on March 2 near Langham Place, where their elder son said his younger brother had tea with them before they went to the mainland.
But police said preliminary investigations suggested that the couple were killed in a flat in Kok Cheung Street, Tai Kok Tsui, on March 1.
Their younger son, aged 29, was arrested earlier today. The police then arrested his friend, aged 35, later. Both indicated that they have killed the couple and dismembered them in a flat in Tai Kok Tsui.
Police said they believe dismembering was taken place in the unit, as body parts along with saw, knifes and chopping board were found in the room.
Earlier, Chau's elder son said his parents, who live in Western, told him they would be in the mainland for two days on March 2 and 3. But police said there is no record of them having left Hong Kong.
Investigation is ongoing.