Saturday, November 1, 2014   

Police reconstruct Kevin Lau attack
(03-18 11:16)

The police are reconstructing the crime scene in Sai Wan Ho where the former chief editor of the Ming Pao newspaper Kevin Lau Chun-to was injured in a chopper attack last month.
Two men suspected of carrying out the attack were brought to Hong Kong from the mainland yesterday and were being taken to the crime scene.
Meanwhile, police divers are to comb the Ng Tung Ho river in Sheung Shui to see if the weapon used in the attack may have been discarded there.
Lau suffered six serious cut wounds in the attack on February 26 and remains in hospital. --RTHK   
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