Chinese man carrying nearly $1mln into Vietnam captured

The Department of Police in the northern Vietnamese province of Lang Son yesterday announced to capture a young Chinese man who was carrying nearly $1 million into Vietnam through border crossing.
 

Chinese man carrying nearly $1mln into Vietnam captured

Informed a news that a Chinese national would carry a big sum of money into Vietnam, police in Lang Son Province stopped a car in the checking-point Doc Quyt and discovered twenty-six man, Ly Gia Ky, a resident of Guangdong, China who was transporting $930,000 in his backpack into Vietnam illegally.
The Chinese man said that he travelled through Van Lang District in Lang Son and then he planned to hire a car to go to the northern province of Quang Ninh.
All money was verified to be authentic.
At present, police continues the probe of the case.

By MINH KHANG – Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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