Police bust 71 suspects involved in online gambling

Chinese police have arrested 71 suspects involved with cross-border online gambling operations across Guangdong and Hong Kong.

According to an announcement from the Guangdong public security department, police in Guangdong captured 48 suspects in the city of Dongguan, while 23 suspects were arrested by Hong Kong Police.

More than US$15.9 million was seized by police in raids over the weekend.

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