Police warn public to verify any suspicious calls and never to reveal personal information or transfer money to strangers.
Drug dealers, illegal gamblers and currency smugglers among those targeted over three months in Operation Thunderbolt; police warn of shifting crime patterns.
Police suspect 31-year-old mainlander may have committed suicide over financial problems; Labour Bureau urges higher safety standards.
Investigators to probe why deceased, who was wearing safety gear, was on fifth storey when he was supposed to be working on the ground floor.
Netizen posted photo falsely claiming police and cleaners had been infected by virus shortly after family cluster Delta variant outbreak.
Gangsters, who are believed to have been operating for some time, lie in wait for possible victims, and then provide forged certification for MOP 800.
Afro-Asian scammers alleged to have stolen more than MOP 20 million; brought to book after joint operation with Hong Kong police.
Sixty-four-year-old realised he had scraped the side of the UNESCO-listed building but drove away regardless.
Dawn raids nets 56 suspects following complaints from residents that the gang has been operating for more than a year.
Victim left a suicide note in the car where he choked to death on charcoal fumes, investigators say.
Police allege that the perpetrator gambled with thousands of dollars stolen from the woman he had just killed before fleeing across the border.
Scam follows an all-too familiar pattern: initial friendship via a chatroom, the promise of “big bucks”, and then the investment disappears into thin air.
Hackers from outside Macao launched the motiveless attack, and authorities are now strengthening their cyber defence to ward off future intrusions.
The 50-year-old mainland victim, who had suffered wounds to her head and neck, may have been involved in illegal currency dealings.
Illegal immigrants pay RMB 19,000 each to get into Macao as part of a widespread people-smuggling scheme foiled by swift police action.
Boy recovering after emergency treatment
Three suspected members of a local Vietnamese drug gang, two men and a woman, were arrested between Wednesday night and on Thursday for drug trafficking.
Scammers are using fake insurance websites in the latest ruse to dupe unwary netizens out of their money.
Police warn of sharp rise in “killing pigs” online scam.
A 29-year-old man was arrested on Monday for burgling a flat in Nape last November while his wife was caught later that day receiving the stolen goods from her husband.
A local woman reported receiving an English-language WhatsApp message saying she won a US$1 million lottery prize, asking for extra details including her name and age.
The local suspect is a male civil servant involved in clerical work and was arrested recently for beating his wife and son.
The suspect’s boss discovered that since mid-December the company’s financial records showed that the company had no income.
Three suspects arrested on Friday for drug-related offences involving an estimated street value of more than MOP 1.26 million including 384 grammes of liquid ice hidden in facial mask packs.
Four boys and a girl were questioned last week for sharing a 13-year-old girl’s selfie of her naked upper body in October last year.