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Police offer biggest reward for capture
Latest Updated by 2006-05-09 11:21:26
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Police hunting two men who killed the driver of a van during a robbery last month have increased the reward for their capture to 200,000 yuan (US$25,000).

A reward of 50,000 yuan (US$6,250) was initially offered after the attack in Guangzhou.

Two men escaped after assaulting the driver and taking all his belongings from the van near a road toll in the city's Panyu District at about midnight on April 5.

"Those who report clues that lead to the successful arrest of the two suspects at large will be rewarded with the large sum of money," a police officer from Guangzhou Municipal Bureau of Public Security said yesterday.

It is the largest reward that Guangzhou police have offered this year.

A special task force has been established to focus on finding the men.

But officers have not yet had any solid leads.

The police officer, who asked not to be named, urged local residents with possible information and those who witnessed the crime to come forward.

"Guangzhou will never become a haven for suspects at large," he said.

A 24-hour hotline has been opened for people to give information on the case.

Xie Zhiguang, a local civil servant, said the large reward would encourage local residents to help police find the men, but added most people would co-operate regardless of financial incentives.

"Many Guangzhou residents would like to co-operate with police in fighting crimes and contribute to creating a better social order for economic construction," Xie told China Daily yesterday.

The two suspects are both in their 30s. One is of a large build while the other is slim.

Guangdong Provincial Bureau of Public Security launched a campaign at the end of last month to fight highway crimes in eight Pearl River Delta cities.

The month-long initiative aims to combat the province's growing number of highway robbery cases in the prosperous cities of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Jiangmen, Zhongshan, Dongguan and Huizhou.

Extra police cars are patrolling the province's major highways as part of the campaign.

Editor: Yan

By: Zheng Caixiong Source: China Daily Website
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