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August, 15 2014 08:00:00

Men seized for theft in capital city

Nguyen Trong Hoang and Doan Anh Tu. — Photo PetroTimes

HA NOI (VNS) — The Ha Noi Police seized two men yesterday for several alleged thefts in Ha Noi.

Doan Anh Tu, 30, and Nguyen Trong Hoang, 30, residents of Ba Dinh District, allegedly conducted the robberies to obtain spending money.

They drove a motorbike to Tay Ho District and stole a bag from a Spanish citizen. The bag contained an iPhone, VND4 million (US$190) and some other papers.

Tu and Hoang admitted to the police that they had committed two other robberies in the city, both times stealing from women. — VNS

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