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Body of suspect in Didi passenger killing found
    2018-05-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

DNA tests have confirmed a body retrieved from a river in Zhengzhou City, capital of Henan Province, is the suspect in the killing of a female flight assistant, local police said Saturday.

The 21-year-old woman surnamed Li was killed May 6 after hailing a car from China’s car-hailing company Didi Chuxing in Zhengzhou.

According to Li’s father, his daughter suffered multiple knife wounds on the body, and her lower body was naked when her corpse was discovered May 8, along with a dagger nearby, Beijing Youth Daily reported.

Later police found her pants in the suspect’s car, the newspaper reported.

According to thepaper.cn, before Li was killed, she had sent a message to her colleague via WeChat, saying the driver was “a bit psychopathic” and “wanted to kiss her.”

Zhengzhou police launched an investigation to search for the Didi driver surnamed Liu, who abandoned his vehicle and jumped into a river after allegedly killing the passenger.

On Friday, China’s Ministry of Transport announced plans to enhance regulation of the car-hailing industry, on its official WeChat account.

The notice said that any car-hailing companies or drivers who offered hailing services without approved licenses would be added to the Close Attention List or Discredit Joint Punishment Subjects List.

Didi Chuxing Friday afternoon announced the nationwide suspension of its hitch service. The service is designed for commuter cost-sharing.

Also, five people have been detained for spreading crime scene photos of the flight assistant, the local police said yesterday.

Zhengzhou City police found that images of the victim’s body were circulated on the Internet when handling the case, and launched an investigation, which revealed that an auxiliary police officer privately sent photos gathered at the scene to his friends on WeChat, who forwarded the photos to more WeChat groups.

The police officer and three of his friends have been under criminal detention since Saturday afternoon for “violation of personal information.”

The investigation also found that a local resident took photos of the victim using a cellphone and published them on WeChat Moments, which soon went viral online. The person was detained Saturday night for “insulting a corpse.”

(Xinhua)

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