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Hanoi police look for man who severed rival’s leg over money conflict

Hanoi police look for man who severed rival’s leg over money conflict

Saturday, November 12, 2022, 15:43 GMT+7
Hanoi police look for man who severed rival’s leg over money conflict
This supplied photo shows the police's wanted warrant issued to Vu Ta Dang.

Police in Hanoi announced on Friday night an arrest warrant against a 28-year-old man after he cut off a 50-year-old’s leg over a money dispute.

Vu Ta Dang, 28, living in Hoang Mai District, is currently under the police search for the charge of intentionally causing injury to others.

Dang had Nguyen Huy Hoang, 22, prepare a knife at around 4:00 pm on July 15 before using it to amputate a leg of N.V.H., 50, on No. 427. Street in Thuong Tin District and fleeing the scene.

A day earlier, Dang and Hoang traveled on a motorbike that had been installed with a fake license plate and brought a knife to H.’s house with an intention to use violence to resolve their money conflict.

However, they failed to meet H.

Police officers arrested Hoang on August 23 while Dang had escaped.

People are advised to contact the police via the phone number 0945413688, emergency line 113, or the nearest police station, and the verified Facebook page of the Department of Public Security of Hanoi.

The police are also calling on Dang for turning himself in to enjoy the leniency of the law.

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Bao Anh - Danh Trong / Tuoi Tre News

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