Regarding the murder case that happened at Plaza Hollywood in Diamond Hill on June 2 evening, the Chief Executive, Mr John Lee, made the following statement:
I am saddened by the murder that took place at Plaza Hollywood in Diamond Hill yesterday evening, and I extend my deep condolences to the families of the two deceased.
Noting that members of the public may feel uneased and worried, especially as videos of the incident were widely circulated online, I urge everyone in the community to stop sharing the videos, and to extend care to family members and friends. Members of the public are advised to seek professional support if they experience any emotional distress.
The Social Welfare Department (SWD) operates a 24-hour hotline 2343 2255 to provide immediate telephone counselling, support and referral services. Members of the public in need may call the hotline for assistance. They may also call the hotline of the Hong Kong Red Cross at 5164 5040 for assistance.
SWD staff have contacted the families of the deceased and the suspect, and will render assistance.
The Police have arrested the suspect and will spare no efforts in investigating the case. This is an individual case. The Police and various law enforcement agencies will continue to strive for maintaining the law and order in Hong Kong.
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