7 Chinese arrested in NAIA

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7 Chinese arrested in NAIA
7 Chinese arrested in NAIA for alleged attempted kidnapping. (Image from GMA Network)

PNP-Aviation Group personnel arrested 7 Chinese nationals for allegedly trying to abduct a fellow Chinese at NAIA Terminal 3, Pasay City.

Authorities identified the suspects as Jhong Ruei Yu, Zhang Lee, Yang Shuwen, Wei Chong, Ziu Cheng, Chen Xian and Qi Long.

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In the report, Patrolman Ronald Bercasi was patrolling the Gate 7 Departure Curbside Area of ​​Terminal 3 when he saw the commotion, at around 6:21 pm Saturday.

When Bercasi confronted the group of suspects, he saw them forcing another Chinese national to ride in a white Toyota Grandia with a VG8479 conduction sticker.

Bercasi also asked back up from his colleagues and arrested the 7 Chinese suspects. They recovered P260,252, passports, cellphones, handcuffs, and various keys and identification cards from the suspects.

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Police also learned that three of the victim’s companions who escaped the commotion also sought assistance from other airport authorities.

The Aviation Security Group also reported to the PNP-Anti-Kidnapping Group which then conducted an initial interrogation of the suspects.

Through an interpreter, the attempted abduction was discovered, and the suspects were then placed in PNP-AKG custody in Camp Crame, Quezon City.

Over 50 Chinese women rescued at prostitution den in Parañaque

Last week, more than 50 Chinese women were rescued after police raided a suspected prostitution den in Parañaque City which customers were also Chinese.

Police raided a seemed under-construction building in Roxas Boulevard, Baclaran, Parañaque City. But when Operatives of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) entered the third floor, they discovered it was a prostitution den.

One of the arrested Filipino cleaners said the den opens at 5 p.m. until 5 a.m. during weekdays and extends its operating hours during weekends to serve more customers.

Reports also said Filipino customers could enter the building only if he or she has a Chinese companion.

Parañaque City Mayor Edwin Olivarez said they discovered the illegal activity after they observed many Chinese nationals go in and out of the building even if it was not finished yet.

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