Citizens reported to police around 6am on Friday morning, saying they found around 20 flags of China hoisted by the fence on the street were burnt. A banner displayed nearby in celebration of the National Day as well.
Officers then arrived and patrolled in the area. Yet no arrest was made so far.
The cases were listed as criminal damage and arson. Officers are also investigating if the two cases are related.
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