Taiwanese wanted for robbery at home arrested in Vietnam

By Do Truong - Nguyen Bao, Thanh Nien News

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Police in Binh Duong Province have arrested a Taiwanese man who fled to Vietnam to escape a robbery warrant at home. 
Police inspected a local karaoke parlor in the southern province on Saturday and found that the manager, Chien Ci Yong, did not have a work permit.
They also suspected that he was not honest about his personal information and may have faked identifications when entering Vietnam. 
Police later found out that he is a suspect under an international warrant for robbery in Taiwan. The man, 46, has been transferred to Interpol.
The karaoke shop is owned by his Vietnamese girlfriend.

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