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Police nab 5 Chinese accused of gang rape

Police arrested five Chinese nationals accused of gang raping a fellow Chinese inside a hotel in Ayala-Alabang in Muntinlupa City last Nov. 13

The suspects were identified as Wu Zhixiong, 24; Sun Yunpeng, 23; Hung Lin, 19; Zhang Le, 24, and Jiao Hang, 29, all call center agents and residing at Hop Inn Hotel, Madrigal Business Park II, Ayala-Alabang.

Son Jenny Tecson said the suspects were arrested based on the complaint filed by a 25-year-old female Chinese national who claimed that the gang rape happened around 12:30 pm at Room 319 of Hop Inn Hotel.

“Investigation showed that the victim was forcibly taken by four suspects from her room and brought to unit 319 Hop Inn Hotel. Then and there above-named suspects conspiring with each other sexually molested the victim against her will and consent,” said Tecson, citing an initial report submitted by the Muntinlupa City police.

Tecson said a concerned citizen nearby heard the victim yelling for help and immediately called police assistance which resulted in the suspects’ arrest. She added that three other suspects who were also involved in the crime remain at large and now the subjects of manhunt.

Three Chinese nationals were also arrested for the kidnapping of a fellow Chinese in Makati City last August.

The suspects Wana Ping, 46; Yuan Jun, 47, and He Ping, 45, all Chinese tourists and temporarily billeted at City of Dreams Hotel and Casino in Paranaque City, were accused by 28-year old Chao Yu of kidnapping that transpired around 5 pm of Aug. 20 at Unit 717 Laureano de Trevl Tower 3 along Chino Roces Street in Barangay Pio Del Pilar, Makati City.

Topics: Philippine National Police , Son Jenny Tecson , Chinese
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