The number of crimes solved in Hong Kong has hit a 10-year low, and senior police sources blame the diversion of manpower to deal with almost six months of anti-government protests.The crime detection rate, a measure of reported crimes that are solved, sank to 37 per cent from January to October. It is only the second time since 2002 that the rate has dipped below 40 per cent, the Post has learned.The trend is worrying, senior police sources said, pointing out that aside from the manpower…


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