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and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai sa

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 and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lams home

There was strong evidence, including DNA, to show that the man found hanged at Sau Mau Ping police station last year had raped a woman in Kowloon Bay days earlier, a coroner's inquest heard yesterday.

A police officer who investigated the case said semen from suspect Lam Wing-chun was found on the 22-year-old victim's underwear.

Commercial Crimes Bureau chief inspector Michael Lai Wai-chun testified that the woman told police she was robbed near Kowloon Bay station on May 7 last year, and then raped under a nearby footbridge, after she was tied up with a USB cable and fishing line.

Police later tracked down the suspect with the help of CCTV footage and arrested him at his Po Tat Estate home in Sau Mau Ping on May 10 morning. He was found with the victim's bank card.

 and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lams home

 and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lams home

 and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lams home

 and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lams home

 and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim. Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lams home

Lai told coroner Ko Wai-hung and the jury that said Lam, 48, was held at the station, with officers planning to videotape an interview with him the next morning, but he was found hanged. He had told police the woman submitted to sex voluntarily.

Lai said officers had seized a vibrator, a fishing line, a water bottle and clothes - which the victim had described - at Lam's home.

Police also found a white quilt the woman said she was required to sit on when she was raped under the footbridge.

The evidence was sent to the police laboratory for tests, but the results only came back after Lam's death.

Lam's semen was found on the victim's panties, and his saliva on her bra. The quilt and vibrator also had DNA from both Lam and the victim.

Lai said marks at the crime scene also matched the shoes found in Lam's home, and his pants had the fiber of the victim's dress.

Lam had a previous record for theft, burglary, robbery, indecent assault and drug offenses.

Lam Koon-hang told the court his brother was the youngest sibling, but they had little contact after he moved out.

He said his younger brother was introverted, but held a stable job as a gas delivery worker, and had a girlfriend. He also used to take ketamine many years ago.

The inquest continues today.

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