The model Abby Choi was confirmed to have left human remains at a Hong Kong house.
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After her legs had been dismembered, DNA tests proved her identity, according to South China Morning Post. Her skull and ribs were also found in a refrigerator, and in a cooking pan that was seized from her property in Lung Mei Tsuen.
According to the newspaper, investigators have yet to find the 28-year old’s hands and torso, but they are continuing their search for other possible locations.
Officials believe that the fatal attack occurred in a hole at the skull’s back.
Ms Choi is a model and influencer. She shared her glamorous lifestyle of photoshoots, fashion shows and more than 100,000 Instagram followers.
According to reports, she was last seen 21 February. Police discovered her body parts one week later.
Six individuals have been arrested in this case so far
According to local media reports, a 41-year old man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of aiding or abetting an inmate.
He is accused of helping Alex Kwong, Ms Choi’s ex-husband, escape Hong Kong by sea.
Kwong (28), his father Kwong Kau, and brother Anthony Kwong were both charged with murder Monday. Alex Kwong’s mother Jenny Li is facing one count of perverting justice.
Police released a fifth suspect in hiding one of the suspects on bail.
‘Strong Evidence’ from a landfill search
Last week, more than 120 officers ended their search for a landfill to find more body parts of the model. Police continue to investigate the grisly killing.
According to Superintendent Alan Chung, reporters were told by Chung that even though they didn’t find the missing body parts, we had strong evidence.
Officers also visited the home where Ms Choi’s remains had been found. An officer cordon still remains on the scene.
According to police, she was involved in a financial dispute worth tens of million of Hong Kong dollars with her husband and his family. “Some people” were unhappy with her handling of her finances.