Involved in killing Chinese roommates Australian NSW police wanted 23-year-old Chinese man

After murdering a Chinese roommate, Australia's NSW Police, wanted 23-year-old Chinese man

China News Service February 10, according to the Australian New Express website cited ABC report, last week, a Chinese man was killed in Sydney, Australia. The suspect became a member of the New Jersey Police Force wanted list.

Last Tuesday, Chinese man Gong Cheng Chen was found dead in an apartment on Marion Street in Auburn, Sydney. The 23-year-old man had a number of obvious sting injuries, and the police found a murder knife at the crime scene. On the day of the incident, the neighbors heard loud noises and slamming the door. The police believe that there were many people in the apartment at the time of the incident.

The police are now open to suspected murder. He is the roommate of the deceased Chen Gongcheng, named Changjie Wang (transliteration), 23 years old. The police also issued a hunt order and listed Wang Changjie’s name in the list of wanted persons in Xinzhou.

Chen Gongcheng’s family is very sad and hopes that the police will solve the case as soon as possible. Chen Gongcheng’s mother also rushed to China from China last week.

It is reported that Wang Changjie has been missing since Chen Gongcheng died that night.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

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