Two Chinese suspects wanted in fraud charges abscond

A Chinese couple wanted by Police for allegedly involved in forging information on birth certificates in a bid to get Tongan passports,  have absconded, according to a public notice by Tongan Police.

The couple was identified as 60-year-old Mrs Guo Hua also known as Kam Shanou and 61-year-old Mr Liu Xing Chun also known as Lou Singkei.

The couple was bailed to appear at Magistrate Court before they absoconded.

Police are asking for public’s help to find the couple who was last known to have lived in a building in Ma’ufanga previously known as Shooter.

Four Tongan government staff appeared at the Magistrate Court in Nuku’alofa early last month after they were charged with forgery and bribery in an attempt to obtain passports for Hua and Chun

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