Police in Vietnam are hunting for a former finance department chief of Ho Chi Minh City as she has run away after being probed for breaking regulations on public asset use and management.
Investigators from the Ministry of Public Security have issued a wanted notice for Dao Thi Huong Lan, ex-director of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Finance.
She had been indicted for breaching regulations on the use and management of public assets, causing losses and wastefulness, pursuant to Article 219 of Vietnam’s 2015 Penal Code, police said.
Lan, 59, then got away from her home registered in An Phuc Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City.
He ID 020588970 was issued by police on September 11, 2016 and her passport number is C3342887, officers said.
Anyone seeing the woman in the picture is authorized to arrest her and they are required to escort the suspect to the nearest police station, People’s Procuracy, or People’s Committee office.
Individuals or organizations are required to report to police at 47 Pham Van Dong Street, Cau Giay District, Hanoi after they capture Lan.
Lan started working at the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Finance in 2004, taking up several duties before working as a departmental director for two terms and retiring in late 2015.