Police put out rare all-points bulletin for murder suspect.
BEIJING, March 11 Kyodo
Chinese police, frustrated by false leads around the country, have put out a rare all-points bulletin for a 22-year-old man suspected of killing four people at Yunnan University Yunnan University is a university in China. Its main campuses are in urban Kunming city, Yunnan province.
Yunnan University was founded in December 1922 by General Tang Jiyao, the warlord who dominated Yunnan province in the 1920s. in southwestern China last month, state media reported Thursday.
On Wednesday, the Public Security Ministry told provincial police bureaus via teleconference to step up the search for the suspect, Ma Jiajue.
Ma, a Yunnan University junior from the neighboring Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (gwäng`shē` jwäng`), province (1994 est. pop. 44,550,000), c.85,000 sq mi (220,150 sq km), S China, bordering on Vietnam. The capital is Nanning. , is suspected of using a hammer to bludgeon to death four male biology students in a dormitory room at the university Feb. 23, the People's Daily The People's Daily (Chinese: 人民日报; Pinyin: Rénmín Rìbào), a daily newspaper, is the organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, published worldwide reported. The university is in Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province.
The killer put the bodies in dorm room closets but their stench attracted attention from passers-by, the newspaper said.
''A-level'' alerts in public venues, such as Beijing subway stations The following is a list of stations found within the Beijing Subway. Lines in Operation
There are currently 4 lines under operation. Line 1 一号线
The alert lists Ma's personal identification number and the numbers of two victims whose ID cards Ma is suspected of stealing. Such notices rarely appear in Chinese public venues.
''Suspected Ma Jiajues from all areas have appeared several times, making everyone sweaty, yet the real Ma Jiajue in the end has not dropped into sight,'' an article in the Hangzhou-based Metropolitan Express newspaper said Thursday.
Yunnan provincial police are offering a 150,000 yuan (about
$18,000) reward for clues about the murders, and the Beijing bulletins offer 200,000 yuan to anyone with ''accurate information.''