Elderly men accused of stealing HK$180,000 worth of construction materials from Hong Kong building site arrested after striking for fourth time

Two elderly men accused of breaking into a building site at Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak Airport and stealing HK$180,000 worth of construction materials over the past two months were arrested when they struck again, police said on Friday.The two suspects, aged 64 and 72, who disguised themselves as workers, were stopped by police when they left the site on Muk Tai Street at about 12.20pm on Thursday.Officers seized HK$12,000 worth of light bulbs and circuit breakers in two rucksacks the pair were…

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