Canada Police locate two remaining missing Chinese students in suspected kidnapping scam

07:40  14 november  2017
07:40  14 november  2017 Source:   Metro News

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Toronto police have located the two remaining Chinese students who they suspect are victims of a kidnapping scam .

Toronto police have located one of the two remaining Chinese students who they suspect are victims of a kidnapping scam . Three students were originally reported missing last week.

Toronto police have located 17-year-old Yue “Kandy” Liu, left, and 16-year-old Ke “Jaden” Xu, middle, on Monday. Juanwen Zhang, 20, right, was found on Saturday .Police said the three may have been victims of a kidnapping scam targeting Chinese students in Toronto.: Police locate two remaining missing Chinese students in suspected kidnapping scam© TORONTO POLICE Police locate two remaining missing Chinese students in suspected kidnapping scam

Toronto police have located the two remaining Chinese students who they suspect are victims of a kidnapping scam.

Yue “Kandy” Liu, 17, was found in Montreal Sunday night, police said. Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu said she contacted police after receiving multiple messages about her disappearance when she turned on her phone.

Liu was reported missing on Friday after she was last seen around 10:30 a.m. near Yonge St. and Finch Ave.

Ke “Jaden” Xu, 16, was located Monday morning. He was last seen near Eglinton Ave. E. and Midland Ave. on Thursday at 10:30 a.m.

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The students are believed to be victims of a scam targeting Chinese students in Toronto. 11, 2017. Toronto police have found one of the three missing Chinese students who they suspect are involved in a kidnapping scam .

Toronto police say one of three missing Chinese students has been located . The families in China are then contacted and told that the student has been kidnapped , and are then asked to pay a large ransom.

Police said unknown persons are targeting Chinese students, telling them to “go into hiding, or their family in China will be hurt.” They are told not to use their cellphones or access social media.

The suspects then contact families of the victims in China, tell them their children have been kidnapped and demanding ransom.

Three students were originally reported missing last week. Juanwen Zhang, 20, was found Saturday afternoon after she was last seen near Yonge and Grenville Sts. on Wednesday.

Kidnapping scam targeting Chinese students has community worried .
Two weeks ago, Yiheng Feng received a chilling phone call. The person on the other line warned him, in a calm but concerned voice, that he was in imminent danger and must go into hiding immediately. But it’s all a scam. Toronto police have reported three cases of Chinese international students who went into hiding in the last week after being told not to use their cell phones in order to protect their families. They were missing for days before they were found, the latest victims of a world-wide scam making its way across the province.“I was worried,” said Feng, president of the York Chinese Students Association.

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