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Police arrest 100 gang suspects in Guangzhou
Latest Updated by 2007-01-11 09:06:34
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Police dogs and their handlers perform security sweep on a street near a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the restaurant and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs. [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

Police dogs and their handlers perform security sweep on a street near a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the restaurant and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs. [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

A Chinese policeman escorts a gang suspect into a bus near a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the hotel and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

A Chinese policeman escorts a gang suspect into a bus near a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the hotel and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

Police in Guangzhou arrested nearly a hundred suspects related to an attempted gang crime in a raid of a local hotel on Wednesday morning, the city-based New Express reports.

Police sources released later that day said the gangsters, under the lead of a man, gathered at the Shahe Hotel on Xianlie East Road, conspiring to control the wholesale clothing business at a nearby market by force.

Police said about 100 servicemen were dispatched to the hotel after receiving the report at around 8:00am.

Blades and illegal drugs were also found at the site, the sources said. A further investigation is under way.

Chinese policemen escort gang suspects into a bus near a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the restaurant and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

Chinese policemen escort gang suspects into a bus near a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the restaurant and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

A general view of policemen arresting gang suspects in a restaurant in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, January 10, 2007. Local police stormed the restaurant and arrested some 100 people, who were suspected to be gang members at a meeting, New Express Daily reported. Police also found controlled cutting tools and drugs [Xi Huijing/New Express Daily]

Editor: Yan

By: Source: China Daily Website
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