Sunday, August 31, 2014   

Police 'very concerned' about cat deaths
(04-14 18:20)

The police on Monday launched a major investigation in Tsuen Wan into the suspected killing of feral cats in the district over the past two days.
Six dead cats were found on the roofs of two buildings on Sunday. Investigators believe they were poisoned, RTHK reports.
As officers conducted investigations into the deaths, they found another dead cat close by -- around ten minutes walk away from the first site. Police say the animal was found hanged in a side street.
The police District Commander for Tsuen Wan, Steve Wordsworth, said officers were very concerned about the discoveries and have been out and about carrying out investigations.   
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