Mens construction site dug mud antiques along the street sold for alleged fraud was arrested.

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 Mens construction site dug mud antiques along the street sold for alleged fraud was arrested.


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On October 24, 2018, police officers from Malianwa Police Station crouched around a subway station and found a suspect in a bicycle theft case. The man wore a yellow helmet and a camouflage coat. He looked like a migrant worker. The man did not enter the subway, but wandered around the subway aimlessly, greeting the pedestrians who stayed by the roadside from time to time and lifting the camouflage clothes. After careful inspection, the squatting police found that there were some objects hidden in his camouflage clothes, such as antiques. Careful police immediately think of the recent jurisdiction of many cases of fraud in the purchase of fake antiques, it is not too late, the police immediately went to the subway entrance, the man under control.

At the police station, the suspect, Zhao Moumou, confessed the facts of the crime. Since July this year, Zhao Moumou, who has no proper occupation, has made use of dozens of Yuan antique crafts such as ivory sculptures, bowls, plates and vases bought from an antique market to make old and mud on them, and then disguised himself as a construction site worker to set up stalls near the subway station or on overpasses. Or selling fake antiques on sale, claiming to have just been excavated from the construction site. Subsequently, Ma Lianwa Police Station contacted several owners who had recently reported to the police in the jurisdiction. Three owners identified Zhao as a suspect who used fake antiques to defraud them of their money. Since July this year, Zhao has made a profit of more than 5,000 yuan by selling fake antiques disguised as a worker. At present, Zhao Mou has been detained by Haidian Branch for suspected fraud, and the case is still under further trial. Haidian police warned that antiques are national cultural relics and are not allowed to be sold publicly. They are not allowed to take advantage of a small price. They should not trust strangers. They should never allow cheaters to take advantage of them. People who peddle antiques by the roadside should be vigilant so that cheaters cant start. Source: Legal Evening News - opinion editor: Li Cong _B11284

At the police station, the suspect, Zhao Moumou, confessed the facts of the crime. Since July this year, Zhao Moumou, who has no proper occupation, has made use of dozens of Yuan antique crafts such as ivory sculptures, bowls, plates and vases bought from an antique market to make old and mud on them, and then disguised himself as a construction site worker to set up stalls near the subway station or on overpasses. Or selling fake antiques on sale, claiming to have just been excavated from the construction site.

Subsequently, Ma Lianwa Police Station contacted several owners who had recently reported to the police in the jurisdiction. Three owners identified Zhao as a suspect who used fake antiques to defraud them of their money. Since July this year, Zhao has made a profit of more than 5,000 yuan by selling fake antiques disguised as a worker. At present, Zhao Mou has been detained by Haidian Branch for suspected fraud, and the case is still under further trial.

Haidian police warned that antiques are national cultural relics and are not allowed to be sold publicly. They are not allowed to take advantage of a small price. They should not trust strangers. They should never allow cheaters to take advantage of them. People who peddle antiques by the roadside should be vigilant so that cheaters cant start.