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Police released the film details of the kidnapper that was killed by police in Chongqing.
[Video] On October 26th, Chongqing Shapingba district police station received a phone call reporting a crime. Police quickly rushed to the scene and found a middle-aged woman named Zhen lying in a pool of blood. She had been stabbed multiple times.
The police immediately started searching the area around the crime scene and quickly locked down on the suspect’s tracks. The police then found out that the suspect had also kidnapped another young woman and had also taken her hostage. The negotiator started to communicate with the suspect, but the suspect was hot-blooded and proceeded to not only step on top of the hostage but also using his knife to threaten her life. The police decided that they could shoot and kill the suspect if necessary. At 10:55 AM the suspect started waving his knife around, and threatened to cut victim’s throat. The police commander at the scene immediately ordered the police using the sniper to shoot. The suspect was killed on the spot and the hostage rescued. The investigation after the shooting determined that the police shot and killed the suspect in accordance with the law.
According to investigation, the suspect Zuo (左) was dating 20-year-old Jiang (蒋), but her mother strongly opposed their relationship. The suspect was furious, stabbed the mother seven times, and took Jiang hostage. The injured mother is currently in the hospital.
Police dragged out suspect’s body
Other source: Netease
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