Abby Choi’s remains are found in a refrigerator and pots

Abby Choi’s remains are found in a refrigerator and pots

Hong Kong police have begun searching a landfill for evidence of the murder of model Abby Choi, whose dismembered body parts were found in a refrigerator and pots. The victim’s ex-husband, Alex Kwong, his father Kwong Kau, and his brother Anthony Kwong have been charged with murder, and Alex’s mother, Jenny Li, faces one count of perverting the course of justice. All four have been detained without bail, and they have not yet entered their pleas.

On Tuesday morning, over 100 officers wearing protective gear went to the North East New Territories Landfill in Ta Kwu Ling to search for missing body parts with excavators and shovels. The suspects had thrown away several bags of evidence, including human body parts, the victim’s clothes and phone, or even the weapons. Superintendent Alan Chung said they could not find anything substantial yet, other than bones, which they could not confirm belonged to a human or animals.

Choi’s family gathered near the house where her body parts were found to pay respects, dressed in black. Her friend, Bernard Cheng, said he initially thought she had been kidnapped and was shocked by her gruesome murder. Choi had financial disputes with her ex-husband and his family, and police believe that some people were unhappy with how she handled her finances.

The case has transfixed many in Hong Kong and mainland China, as the city has a very low level of violent crime. Choi had four children, aged between 3 and 10, and had good relationships with her family, including her in-laws. The hearing has been adjourned until May.

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