Cops nab 7 Mongolian shoplifters in Macau, 7 more on the run

"Macau Post Daily" run a story about police arrest of seven suspects from Mongolia suspected for shoplifting in Macau. 

According to the story the police arrested seven suspects from the Republic of Mongolia on Tuesday for their involvement in a number of shoplifting cases in the peninsula and Taipa this year, a Public Security Police (PSP) spokesperson said yesterday.
The spokesperson announced the case during a special press briefing at the PSP headquarters in Zape.
According to the spokesperson, while investigating a shoplifting case in a shop near the St Paul’s Ruins last Wednesday, police officers quickly identified the seven suspects.
The seven hooded shoplifting suspects from Mongolia pose in a pressroom at the Public Security Police (PSP) headquarters before yesterday’s briefing about their case, with evidence on display. Photo: Leong Lok Ian


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