Man accused of strangling two women in Macau hotel arrested following search operation
Man, 34, fled city through border checkpoint within 10 and half hours after he lured first victim to room in the MGM Cotai on May 5.
A massive search operation in Hunan province involving more than 700 mainland Chinese police officers has led to the arrest of a man accused of strangling two women to death in a hotel room in Macau about 10 days ago, authorities in the city have said.
A Macau police investigation on Tuesday found the suspect, 34, had fled the city via a border checkpoint on May 6 about 10½ hours after allegedly luring the first victim into his hotel room at the MGM Cotai at about 9pm on the previous day. According to the force, the woman worked for a money changing gang in the city.