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Money changer robbed after drinking water spiked with sedative: police

2018-04-27 07:58     Comment:1

The Judiciary Police (PJ) arrested a man from the mainland on Wednesday for robbing a female money changer in a guestroom of a casino-hotel resort in Cotai in January, PJ spokesman Ho Chan Nam said during a special press conference yesterday.

According to Ho, the victim’s possessions were taken after she drank a glass of water spiked with a sedative that another man – the second suspect – gave her and then fell asleep.

Ho identified the suspect as a 30-year-old surnamed Jia. The 26-year-old victim is also a mainlander who is running a currency-exchange business in Macau.


Judiciary Police (PJ) officers escort the hooded robbery suspect to a PJ vehicle outside the PJ headquarters in Zape yesterday. Photo: Iong Tat Choi

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