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Assassins set up recruitment traps to trick young girls

ChinaIn just a few months, 14 girls suddenly disappeared while looking for work, the clues gathered at a job placement center.

At 9:00 am on May 26, 2003, Truong Van, 19 years old, left the motel room to look for a job. Van is from Hubei and has been working as a hired worker since finishing middle school. Van’s father, Mr. Truong Quan Cuong, has worked in Shenzhen for many years, saw that the salary here is quite high, so he called his daughter to come. He also gave his children money to buy clothes and cosmetics to have a better appearance, hoping to find a good job.

That morning, Van dressed beautifully and accompanied 5-6 friends to a famous local job placement center. At noon, when Van did not come back to eat, Mr. Cuong worriedly called his son and saw that the phone was off. The girl accompanying Van said that they went to the job placement center at 9:40 am and then separated, after a while Van said that a company found her conditions suitable, so she asked to go for an interview, about an hour later, she will come back. But the group of friends waited for more than an hour and did not see Van. Near 12 o’clock, thinking that Van would go home to eat first, the group parted and left.

Mr. Cuong ran to the job placement center at 13:00, inquired about each recruitment unit but to no avail. Out of the way, he reported to the police. At the request of the functional forces, the director of the job placement center looked at the registration file and said that 56 companies came to recruit on May 26. Van filled out an application form here, but could not find out which company recruited her because there was no specific information.

Mr. Cuong quit his job and looked for his daughter everywhere, but after three months there was still no clue. On August 29, while looking for a company that recruited Van, Mr. Cuong met a guy who was also looking for his missing sister after coming here.

A man named Duong Minh Huy brought his sister Duong Man, 20 years old, to Shenzhen to work as an employee. Recently, Min quit her job at the factory to find another place. On the evening of May 27, Man told her brother that an electronics factory in the job placement center had accepted her and started working from tomorrow. But after seeing his sister on the bus to the factory, Huy could not contact her. He went to the place to inquire and learned that this factory had never recruited people through the job placement center. The agency in charge of the center denied seeing Man coming here.

Mr. Cuong and Huy searched together for more than a month, Van and Man still had no sound. They discovered that the number of missing people is increasing, every few days, a girl disappears after going to the job placement center.

After receiving reports of 10 people missing in a row, the police established a special project team to conduct a comprehensive investigation. By October 2003, two other girls disappeared again, the total number of missing people has increased to 12. Realizing that almost all victims are related to the job placement center, the special team focused on investigating Check out recruitment companies here.

Hoang, a recruiter of a company, said that since April, sometimes a man claiming to be a recruitment manager comes to the center, but his behavior is not normal. He is about 40 years old, speaks with a Hunan accent, has a gloomy, taciturn expression, wears country clothes, often with a chubby girl in her 20s to recruit people. The strange thing is that these two people recruit for different companies.

In Hoang’s experience, this man doesn’t look like a recruiter. He was dressed in loose clothes, his hair disheveled, and the girl accompanying him had a dull expression, stammered, and looked like an illiterate rural woman. In addition, for 4 months he only recruited girls in their 20s as office workers, with high salaries. Meanwhile, other employers like Hoang’s factory only hire married women who have given birth to work as office workers.

Hoang said he did not notify the police before because there was no evidence, fear of getting into trouble. Recently, the case of the disappearance caused a stir, and he did not come again, so Hoang decided to provide information.

Ma Dung (left) and Doan Tri Quan go to court.  Photo: Baike

Ma Dung (left) and Doan Tri Quan go to court. Image: Baike

Following Hoang’s lead, the police inquired of several other company owners, drawing portraits of suspects from their descriptions. A noodle shop employee recognized the man in the painting and told police that he was surnamed Ma and often brought a girl in her 20s to eat, apparently known to the owner.

Through the owner of the noodle shop, on October 12, the police found Ma’s residence, controlled and searched the room. The room was empty, with only an old television set, a table lamp, but dozens of women’s cell phones. In a large bag in the corner of the wall, the police found a number of women’s clothes and shoes. 14 ID cards were kept in a locked drawer, bearing the names of the missing girls. The oldest victim was 22 years old, the youngest 18 years old.

After 24 hours of questioning, the man said his name was Ma Dung, 43 years old, from Hunan province, with a college degree but unemployed. Dung and his lover Doan Tri Quan used a fake business license to go to a job placement center to trick 14 young girls and then sell them to Hong Kong gangsters as prostitutes. Dung said receiving 1,000 yuan each victim, after handing over people, do not know where they were taken.

Hong Kong police said they will distribute photos of the missing girls to all police stations. Some of the victim’s family members also went to Hong Kong to search. But after a while, with absolutely no news, the police became suspicious. Under pressure from the police, Dung revealed the whereabouts of his lover.

Quan was born in Pengxi district, Sichuan province, only finished primary school. In late 2001, Quan met Dung when he rented an apartment near his house. In March 2003, Quan left home and followed Dung to Shenzhen, where he started defrauding women in April. When the police investigated the job placement center, Dung saw danger, so he asked Quan to go back to his hometown to take shelter. Come back next month.

On October 23, police arrested Quan in Sichuan. Not as connoisseur as Dung, she quickly confessed to the crime. Trousers said the 14 victims were not sold but all died at the hands of her and Dung. Both destroyed the victim’s face, dismembered and dismembered in many places.

Police searched the victim's body in the grass, river, market.  Photo: Shuashuakan

Police searched the victim’s body in the grass, river, market. Image: Shuashuakan

According to Quan, Dung forced her to cheat with him because a man is not easy to seduce girls. The victim was tricked to go to Dung’s motel room to “see documents”. He will use when they bend down to read the papers to attack from behind, strangle, take property. In order not to be identified by the police, Dung used many cruel tricks. The weapon was hidden on the floor of the inn.

Police found 12 bodies according to Quan’s testimony, identifying them as 12 missing victims through DNA matching. Before the evidence, Dung admitted to killing 14 girls with the purpose of robbing property.

On November 27, 2003, Dung and Quan were sentenced to death. Because two bodies were not found, the court could only determine that Dung killed 12 people, and Quan participated in killing 5 people. The judgment was executed on December 18, 2003.

After the incident, the job placement center was closed for investigation, the legal representative and the director general of the center were detained on criminal charges.

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