More than 1,300 diamonds estimated to be worth HK$25 million have been seized from a truck at a border checkpoint in Hong Kong in the biggest bust of its kind locally.The Shenzhen-bound haul was discovered when the vehicle was selected for inspection at the Sha Tau Kok control point at about 8pm on Thursday.The truck was found to be carrying HK$19 million worth of gold bars, which were not seized by customs as they had been declared as cargo to transport from Hong Kong to Shenzhen.The bars were…



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