Remains discovered in refrigerator: Hong Kong police arrest ex-husband of dismembered influencer

Remains discovered in refrigerator: Hong Kong police arrest ex-husband of dismembered influencer

Hong Kong police arrested four people after killing and dismembering a 28-year-old model.

Abby Choi’s ex-husband was caught on Saturday trying to flee China’s SAR by boat, police said. His older brother and their parents had already been arrested the day before.

Parts of the remains of Choi, who was also an influencer, were discovered in a refrigerator in a country house. “We’re still looking for the head,” Police Representative Alan Chung told reporters.

According to the information, there was an electric saw and a meat grinder in the house, which had been used to mince human flesh.

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Two jars of stew believed to contain human tissue were left at the scene, Chung added.

“Large sums of money” as motive for murder for Choi’s ex-husband?

Police suspected that “the victim and her ex-husband’s family were having financial arguments involving large sums of money.” Someone was dissatisfied with “how the victim was managing their assets,” which may have led to the murder, Chung said.

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Choi was first reported missing on Wednesday. She was reportedly last seen by her 28-year-old ex-husband’s brother, who worked as her chauffeur. According to police, the family had previously lied to mislead investigators.

The unfurnished house in the country was recently rented, suggesting it was specially organized to dispose of the body, Chung said.

About a hundred police officers combed a cemetery on Saturday where they suspected other remains of the influencer. (AFP)

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