Police arrest two men suspected of killing Hanoi Grab driver

Two men suspected of killing a student Grab driver in Hanoi last week were arrested in northern Yen Bai Province on Monday, according to police of Hanoi’s Bac Tu Liem District.

Police arrest two men suspected of killing Hanoi Grab driver
The two suspects in the death of a student Grab driver in Hanoi. — VNA/VNS Photo

They were taken from Yen Bai to Hanoi for investigation.

Dinh Van Tuong, 19, from Yen Bai Province’s Van Chan District, and Dinh Van Giap, 24, from the same district, allegedly killed an 18-year-old Grab driver on September 26 in Bac Tu Liem District.

Nguyen Cao S. drove the two suspects on September 26, who had asked for the ride without booking in advance through the Grab app, from My Dinh coach station in Nam Tu Liem District to Thuy Phuong Ward in Bac Tu Liem District.

 

The two allegedly stabbed S. to death when they reached Thuy Phuong Ward and stole his motorbike and mobile phone.

The case is under investigation.

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