Murder of mother tied to huge credit card bill

The China Post
Date: April 7, 2015
By: Yuan-Ming Chiao

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Details have emerged in a case involving a couple detained by authorities on

A police investigator points at the Zhongyuan Bridge in Nantou County, the site of a murder investigation, yesterday. Wang Chung-yi and his wife Chen Li-ya are being held for the suspected murder of two victims, believed to be Wang's mother and his stepfather in what authorities believe to be an attempt to claim insurance premiums to pay off credit card debt. (CNA)

A police investigator points at the Zhongyuan Bridge in Nantou County, the site of a murder investigation, yesterday. Wang Chung-yi and his wife Chen Li-ya are being held for the suspected murder of two victims, believed to be Wang’s mother and his stepfather in what authorities believe to be an attempt to claim insurance premiums to pay off credit card debt. (CNA)

suspicion of murdering two victims in order to collect insurance payments, yesterday. Police in Nantou County are piecing together the plot hatched by Wang Chung-yi (age 39) and his wife Chen Li-ya (age undisclosed) involving the murder of two victims, believed to be Wang’s mother and stepfather.

Investigators found Wang’s mother (age 72) drowned in a creek approximately 110 centimeters deep used to irrigate melon crops in Nantou’s Guoxing Township. The suspects were attempting to make passage for Indonesia before they were detained at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on April 5 by authorities.     [FULL  STORY]

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