This Aug 21, 2019 photo shows Hong Kong Police Headquarters in Hong Kong. (PHOTO / XINHUA)

HONG KONG – Police on Sunday laid a holding charge against two men – aged 31 and 65 – over the murder of a Hong Kong model in Tai Po.

A woman, 63, was also charged with one count of perverting the course of justice following her arrest in connection with the murder of the 28-year-old woman identified by local media as Abby Choi Tin-fung.

The three suspects were arrested on Friday.

They will be produced before the Kowloon City Magistrates on Monday morning, the Hong Kong Police Force said in a press release Sunday.

A fourth suspect, a 28-year-old man, was arrested in Lantau North Saturday afternoon and is being detained for further enquiries, said police.

Active investigation by the Regional Crime Unit of Kowloon West is underway.

In a statement on Saturday, police said the woman was reported missing on Feb 22 after she was last seen near Kadoorie Hill, Kowloon City on the afternoon the previous day.

After an initial investigation, police found body parts believed to have belonged to the victim inside a unit in Lung Mei Village, Tai Po on Friday afternoon.

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Local media reported that the woman's legs were found in a refrigerator in the village house and that her head, hands, and other body parts are still missing. A meat slicer, an electric saw and some clothing in suspected connection with the case were also seized at scene.

The 65-year-old arrestee was identified by the local media as the victim’s former father-in-law and the 31-year-old man as his eldest son, while the 63-year-old woman as Choi’s mother-in-law. 

The 28-year-old male detainee was the victim’s former husband, said local media.

Police are continuing to search for the victim's missing head, torso and hands.