China issues wanted list for cultural relics crime

Updated 2017-08-01 09:33:20 Xinhua

The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) on Monday issued a class-A arrest warrant for 10 major fugitives involved in cultural relics crime.

The MPS encouraged the public to provide information about the suspects: Shi Junjie, Meng Chao, Liu Jiantao, Yan Wangen, Deng Haifeng, Li Yejun, Wang Jianfeng, Zhang Shigang, Fan Binbin and Liu Sanxun.

It published information about the suspects, including their date and place of birth, ID numbers and photos, on its official website.

The MPS also called for the public to expose criminal activities, such as excavating and robbing of ancient cultural sites and ancient tombs, as well as stealing, selling and smuggling cultural relics.

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