DETECTIVES from the PSNI’s Major Investigation Team have arrested two teenage girls as part of their investigation into the murder of a Chinsese businessman.
The two girls – both aged 16 – were arrested this morning in the Randalstown area of Co Antrim.
They were taken into custody for questioning over the murder of Nelson Cheung earlier this month.
Mr Cheung, aged 65, died after he was stabbed 17 times as he drove home from his Randalstown restaurant in the early hours of January 8.
Three men have already face a court charged with his murder.
The estranged partner of one of the accused was remanded in custody for perverting the course of justice.