Armed robbers stole more than a HK$1,000 worth of toilet paper from outside a Hong Kong supermarket on Monday morning, as panic over the spread of the coronavirus showed little signs of easing.Three masked men stole 600 rolls in about 50 packets from a delivery man outside a Wellcome store in Mong Kok, around 6am on Monday. Police said one of the men was armed with a knife.The incident followed weeks of panic buying at supermarkets across the city after online rumours sparked fears of a…



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