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Police hunt for woman who helped 21 Chinese enter Vietnam illegally

Friday, October 09, 2020, 20:16 GMT+7
Police hunt for woman who helped 21 Chinese enter Vietnam illegally
This supplied photo shows Tran Thi Truc from north-central Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam, who is wanted by police for her involvement in the illegal entry of 21 Chinese nationals.

Police in central Quang Nam Province have issued an arrest warrant for a Vietnamese woman for organizing the illegal entry of 21 Chinese people into Vietnam.

The provincial Department of Public Security declared on Friday they have issued a warrant for Tran Thi Truc, 23, from Viet Yen Village of Viet Tien Commune, located in Thach Ha District in the north-central province of Ha Tinh, for making arrangements for foreigners to enter Vietnam unlawfully.

According to officers, Truc was involved in a case where 21 illegal Chinese entrants were found staying at a villa in Dien Duong Ward, Dien Ban Town, Quang Nam Province on July 18.

They started to flee when police officers stormed the villa, but were eventually caught and sent to a quarantine center in Tam Ky City, the provincial capital, for two weeks.

Following an investigation into the case, a Chinese man, identified as Gao Liang Gu, 40, and a Vietnamese woman, Luong Thuy Dung, 34, from the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh, were detained and subject to prosecution on charges of organizing illegal entry and active bribery.

Due to Truc’s involvement in the case, anyone who sees and is able to arrest her can take the wanted woman to the nearest police station, procuracy or People’s Committee or call the hotline 0235.3.852.589, said Quang Nam’s police.

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