Overseas Network, December 17, according to foreign media reports, on the evening of 15 local time, a Chinese man living in Trinidad and Tobago was suddenly intercepted by an unidentified man with a weapon on his way home, and then shot dead.
Comprehensive Trinidad and Tobago Daily News, Loop and other media reports, the incident occurred at about 10:30 p.m. on the 15th, at Wallerfield, the country. Yang, a 49-year-old Chinese man, was stopped by two men on his way home and asked to get off. One of the unidentified men was also armed with a gun.
According to the media, the Chinese man refused to get off the bus and shouted a few words in Chinese. Subsequently, the local residents heard a man shouting lying on the ground, then two shots were fired.
Police investigators said they found a black Mitsubishi van and Yang Mou who was killed on the spot. He appeared to have been shot many times. It is reported that this is a homicide after an attempted robbery. No suspects have been arrested yet.
Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Han Jiapeng_NN9841