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|Thursday, July 26, 2001, updated at 08:29(GMT+8)|
Three Taiwanese Wanted for Murder in GuangdongGuangdong provincial Public Security Bureau has issued a wanted circular for three Taiwanese suspected of killing five people July 16 in Nanhai city.
Evidence indicates that Tu Ching-Shuiei, 54, along with his two sons, Tu Ming-Lang and Tu Ming-Hsiung, caused the deaths of two Taiwanese businessmen who were running a hardware and chemical plant in Dali township of Nanhai, and three other people, according to the police.
They are also believed to have taken away a large amount of cash from the plant.
It is reported that Tu Ching-Shuiei, who has a criminal record in Taiwan, came to Nanhai city several years ago to make a living by recycling waste materials.
The three suspects, while armed, attempted early this month to rob the two bosses of the plant but failed, according to local police in the south China province.
The police investigation has revealed that the three men took a flight to Kaohsiung, Taiwan, from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport at about 7:55 a.m. on July 16.
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