Jacky Chong Kai Wong Cause of Death: Malaysian Missing Dead Body Found The presumed remains of “Jacky” Chong Kai Wong have been discovered by police in a “violent” alleged murder with links to a criminal network.
The bones were discovered on Sunday around 3.30 pm at a remote farm in Killongbutta, some 40 kilometers northwest of Bathurst in central west NSW after police had been scouring the property forensically since last Tuesday.
Jacky Chong Kai Wong Death Cause
Mr Wong’s remains have yet to be properly identified, but they are thought to be his.
They will be subjected to forensic inspection and further analysis, including DNA testing, and a report for the coroner will be prepared.
Officers can be seen digging and scraping through the dirt on a rural property in footage released by police on Monday.
It comes after three men, aged 33, 22, and 28, were charged in connection with Mr. Wong’s death at the end of March.
Who was Jacky Chong Kai Wong?
Mr Wong had been residing in Sydney since 2016 but had not communicated with his family in Hong Kong since December 28, 2020.
His family believes he was working in regional NSW at the time of his disappearance, according to police.
Detective Superintendent John Watson, the commander of the drug and guns squad, claimed last week that the 24-year-old was allegedly a member of an organised crime organisation before being “violently murdered.”
Jacky Chong Kai Wong Dead Body Found
“Around the time of his alleged murder, we know Jacky was working for a criminal enterprise involved in cannabis production in remote NSW,” Superintendent Watson said.
“His death occurred under exceptionally horrible circumstances.
“These criminal organisations are infamous for luring young people into working in illegal grow houses on distant locations with the promise of easy money.”
All three of the charged men remain before the courts.