Police caught a criminal suspect at a Jacky Cheung concert in Jinhua, East China's Zhejiang province, on Saturday, which was the fourth time in two months that a fugitive has been caught at a performance by the famous Hong Kong singer.
Jinhua police said on its Sina Weibo on Sunday that a 49-year-old suspect surnamed Ma was nabbed at the Jinhua sports center, where the Jacky Cheung concert was staged.
As Qianjiang Evening News reported, Jinhua police noticed a man acting suspiciously while they patrolled around the stadium during the concert. After further verification, the police confirmed Ma was a wanted by Shanghai police on suspicion of theft. When police found him, he was reselling concert tickets.
According to the police department’s Weibo, Ma said he would have come to watch the concert if tickets weren’t sold out.
In early April, a 31-year-old suspect surnamed Ao was nabbed by police in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province, at a Jacky Cheung concert, thanks to a facial recognition system set up at the stadium's entrance.
The system was connected to the police database and can identify people rapidly.
In early May, another suspect, surnamed Liu, was caught in Ganzhou, Jiangxi province, while attending a Jacky Cheung concert held in the city, according to Jiangxi Metropolis Daily.
On May 20, a third suspect, surnamed Yu, from East China's Shandong province, was nabbed at a concert in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, thanks to a high-tech facial recognition system.