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Thursday, April 30, 2015, 21:07

Kidnap victim says she's safe, unhurt

By chinadailyasia.com

Kidnap victim says she's safe, unhurt
Queenie Law , the granddaughter of late Bossini founder Law Ting-pong, meets the press at Four S easons H otel in Central, Hong Kong on April 30, 2015. (Roy Liu / China Daily)

HONG KONG - Queenie Law, the granddaughter of late Bossini founder Law Ting-pong, met the media Thursday evening for the first time after her abduction last week.

Law, 29, was kidnapped from her house in Sai Kung following a burglary Saturday night. She was released after a ransom of reportedly HK$28 million was paid.

In a brief statement to reporters at the Four Seasons Hotel in Central, she said she was shaken by the incident, but that neither her spirit nor body suffered because of the kidnap.

She said she wanted to take the opportunity to tell her relatives and friends that she is now safe.

She left the room without answering reporters' questions.

The police are continuing a manhunt for the six kidnappers. No arrests have been made yet.

Kidnap victim says she's safe, unhurt
Queenie Law, the granddaughter of late Bossini founder Law Ting-pong, was led to a room at the Four Seasons Hotel for a press conference on April 30, 2015. (Roy Liu / China Daily)
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