Police nevertheless searching for another girl seen with the suspect in surveillance video.
An Indonesian Domestic Helper has arrested in Hong Kong on Monday over the discovery of a fetus in a public restroom three weeks ago.
At approximately 7.30am, police raided a flat within the Metro Town housing property on King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O, and detained the 33-12 months-vintage domestic helper.
She was arrested on suspicion of concealing the delivery of a baby. The offense contains a maximum penalty of a -yr imprisonment.
The woman became being held for questioning at North Point Police Station. She has no longer be charged.
A police source said the suspect is one of the two women desired by police in reference to the case. Authorities were nevertheless trying to find the other woman in shown in the CCTV video.
According to the Police, they believe that it is miscarriage or an abortion
On November 6, the 28 weeks fetus found by a cleaner female restroom on the primary floor of a market in Java Road Municipal Services Building in North Point.
Security camera video showed two ladies appearing suspiciously earlier than coming into the restroom at about 3 pm a day earlier than the discovery, police stated.
The cleanser observed blood within the toilet bowl at approximately 4 pm on the same day, however, she did now not think it became cause for alarm. The next day she determined the bathroom bowl became clogged and located the fetus as she attempted to clean the blockage. Cleaner report to police accordingly.
Investigators had been instructed that a whole lot of domestic helpers used the bathroom on Sundays.
The Domestic Helper arrested after officials reviewed surveillance footage.
At about 10.30am on Monday, the suspect, who become hooded and handcuffed, became taken to the police station.
The source stated preliminary examination showed it became no longer a case of infanticide. “We believed it became a miscarriage or an abortion,” he said.
Detectives from the Eastern District crime squad were managing the case.