Two Chinese compatriots in their 50s died on the streets of Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul on the night of the 22nd.
A man appears to have fled after wielding a weapon at these two men, and the police set out to track the man's movement.
Reporter Baek Woon reports.
8 o'clock yesterday evening, Daerim-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul.
Two men and women entangled and fall in front of a car passing through a narrow alley.
Citizens who heard screams gather, and only the victims are collapsed where the vehicle leaves.
The scene of the incident.
The man left the scene immediately after wielding a weapon against two men and women on this street.
[Neighboring Merchant: After coming, a man and a woman are already down.
I was surprised.
To see people who have fallen in front of you.] The
police believe that both the victim and the suspect are Chinese compatriots.
The victims, who are estimated to be in their 50s, were taken to a nearby hospital while receiving CPR by emergency paramedics, but they died.
At the time, in addition to the victims and the suspect, there was another Chinese Korean man, and the police are investigating the exact details of the incident and the whereabouts of the suspect.
During the investigation, the man is known to have made a statement to the effect that he was killed by an acquaintance suspect wielding a weapon.
The police are following the movement of the suspect who has fled based on the surrounding CCTV.