Gamer steals money from cars

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

Po­lice in Qing­dao are look­ing for the owner of a Samoyed that they have been look­ing af­ter for more than a month. The dog was found by a lo­cal traf­fic po­lice of­fi­cer, who took it back to the po­lice sta­tion on June 26. Po­lice have fed the dog treats such as bis­cuits and pork ribs, and one of­fi­cer joked that they would no longer be able to af­ford to look af­ter it if the owner is not found. his se­nior rel­a­tives oc­cu­pied the seats in the ve­hi­cle, so he asked his son to hide in the trunk to avoid a traf­fic po­lice check. The driver re­ceived six penalty points and a fine of 200 yuan ($30). An un­em­ployed 21-year-old man, sur­named Yang, was re­cently de­tained af­ter smash­ing the win­dows of four lux­ury cars to steal a to­tal of 200 yuan ($15 yuan) to spend on play­ing on­line games. Yang walked more than 20 kilo­me­ters in 40 C heat be­fore caus­ing dam­age to­tal­ing more than 4,000 yuan. He was de­tained shortly af­ter com­mit­ting the crimes.

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