Mobs Raid on Security Checkpoint in Inner Mongolia

Mobs Raid on Security Checkpoint in Inner Mongolia
   2015-12-06 21:07:05      Web Editor: Yang Tiantian

A local security checkpoint, in Ejina Banner, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, is completely destroyed during an attack by over 100 masked people on Dec. 6, 2015. [Photo:]
Over 100 people with masks broke into the Malianjing security checkpoint in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at 3:30 pm on Sunday, injuring 13 police staff and destroying 11 police wagons, as reported on Sunday. The security checkpoint was completely demolished.
Chen Tiejun, Deputy Chief of Ejina Banner of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, said that those masked people, with sticks and stones in their hands, cut off the power supply and destroyed the monitoring facilities after they broke into the checkpoint. The gang also sprayed peppered water on police staff in the checkpoint, in addition to intimidating and beating them.
Chen said the mobs abducted some staff and left them on the Gobi Desert with their hands tied up in below freezing temperatures. Following that, the gangsters returned to the security checkpoint, grabbing phones, cloths and money. As soon as they left the checkpoint, they cut off the communication network and drove two trucks to destroy all the facilities and law enforcement vehicles in the station and nearby police quarters, totaling 5,400 square meters in area.
Secretary of Ejin Banner Meng He, along with all the local leaders of related departments, arrived at the scene immediately and dealt with the emergency.
The police have started to investigate the case and to hunt down the criminals.

Source:Radio China International


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