The man behaved strangely and the police looked nervous. It was a fugitive suspect.

 The man behaved strangely and the police looked nervous. It was a fugitive suspect.

Some people saw the police look nervous, others behave strangely on the roadside. When the police investigated, they did have problems. Beijing Youth Daily reporter learned from the Sanhe Public Security Bureau on August 20 that suspects of stealing electric vehicles, Li Mouwei and Liang Mouming, suspects of fraud, have been dealt with by the police according to law.

Men were caught stealthily picking up car locks

At about 11:00 on August 16, a patrol by the special police unit of Sanhe Public Security Bureau arrived at 100 meters north of the intersection of Xinggong West Street and Yanling Road in Yanjiao Development Zone and found a man prying an electric car lock at a bus stop sign. In view of this suspicious situation, the police quickly organized police forces to control the suspected man and conduct an investigation. Through cross-examination, scissors, wrenches, screwdrivers and other tools were found in a backpack carried by the man. The police immediately conducted on-site interrogation.

After trial, the suspect Li Mouwei (male, 49 years old, from Luzhou City, Sichuan Province) truthfully explained the illegal fact that he stole an electric car parked here. After inquiry, the stolen electric vehicle is worth 1500 yuan. At present, the suspect Li Mouwei has been detained according to law.

At 17:00 on August 16, 2019, during a patrol visit to a village in Yanjiao Development Zone of Sanhe City, the police of Xicheng Police Station of Sanhe City Public Security Bureau discovered a man who was panicked and suspicious when he saw the policeman. The policeman then went to the front for investigation. After online comparison, it was found that the man was suspected of fraud by Cangnan County Public Security Bureau of Zhejiang Province. The criminal suspect who escaped through the Internet was summoned by the police to Xicheng Police Station for interrogation.

Source: Editor-in-Charge of Beijing Youth Daily: Dai Wenjia_NB12498