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|Wednesday, September 05, 2001, updated at 15:53(GMT+8)|
Police in Hebei Crack No.1 Armed Robbery CaseThe police in north China's Hebei Province have cracked a major serial armed homicide and robbery case designated as the No.1 case in Hebei's "strike hard " campaign.
Police officers have arrested Wu Erguo, the principal criminal suspect in the case.
Eleven similar homicide and robbery cases occurred successively in six counties administered by Xingtai City from August 7 last year to May 28 this year.
Gangsters committed robbery with pistols at gasoline stations, grain purchasing stations and other commercial outlets along highways, murdering nine people and injuring many others.
With tips offered by informants and following thorough investigations, police officers at last captured Wu Erguo, a principal criminal suspect from Zhongping Village in Neiqiu County.
Wu confessed that by carrying home-made pistols by Wu Erfa and riding bikes or motorcycles, he committed eleven cases along highways in Xingtai in collusion with Wu Erfa and Wu Zhenmin, also a villager of Zhongping.
The Hebei Provincial Public Security Department has issued a notice on-line on arresting Wu Erfa and Wu Zhenmin who are still at large.
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