The man was stopped by border patrol in Hong Kong as he was entering the country from China at Lok Ma Chau. He was arrested by members of Interpol on a warrant relating to New Zealand theft and money laundering charges.
He was due to appear in a Hong Kong court this afternoon.
The arrest comes following a two-and-a-half year police operation into the theft, which occurred after a $10 million overdraft facility was mistakenly loaded into Leo Gao’s business account.
Earlier this year his partner, 32-year-old Kara Hurring was arrested on related charges when she re-entered New Zealand. She will stand trial in February next year.
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