Chinese mainland to return Taiwan suspects involved in telecom fraud

10:32, May 26, 2011      

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The Chinese mainland's police authorities will send back 14 Taiwan residents on suspicion of telecom fraud to police in Taiwan upon finishing investigation, Public Security Minister Meng Jianzhu said Thursday.

Meng told visiting Taiwan police chief Wang Cho-chiun in Beijing that returning the suspects is based on a cross-Strait agreement on the joint combat against crimes and judicial assistance.

Police forces from the Chinese mainland and the Philippines cracked a major transnational telecommunications fraud ring late last year. On Feb.2, the mainland police escorted 24 suspects in connection with the fraud back from the Philippines, including the 14 Taiwan residents.

Source: Xinhua
 
 
     
 
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