The man in white captured on the surveillance camera is a wanted suspect surnamed Chi, who was taken to the Ton Yen General hospital in Hsinchu after complaining that he had a heart disease. Although two police officers were deployed to watch over the suspect, his friends who had been waiting there subdued one of them, allowing Chi to get on a red sedan and escaped.
There was a red sedan parked in front of the police car while we waited for the suspect. Suddenly, a man who was suspected to be Chi's friend jumped on the police officer and pinned the officer on the car door to allow the suspect to jump on the red sedan and escaped.
Hsinchu police conducted a sweep after the embarrassing incident, only to find the abandoned red sedan. The car is believed to be used by Chi's girlfriend surnamed Chen, who had followed the police to the hospital. Chi then pretended to have a conversation with his girlfriend while another male friend pinned down the police officer. There were two other white cars waiting at the front and back of the hospital. A total of three females and one male accomplices are still on the run. The suspect was only wearing shackles but his handcuffs were removed as he was receiving an injection. However, he was allowed to use a cellphone during the medical treatment, which is seen as a loophole in the whole process.
If that's the case, then it is not in accordance with our standard protocol. We will do an internal review on this issue and carry out punishments if necessary to prevent the same thing from happening again.
Chi was sentenced to jail for possession of firearms and arson, but has failed to serve his jail time twice and is wanted by the police. The Hsinchu police has deployed hundreds of police to pursue and capture him.