Two people arrested for destroying part of Great Wall to put machinery

Chinese police arrested two people for causing serious damage to parts of the city. Great Wall A hole has been drilled in its structure so heavy machinery can pass through, state television CCTV reported on Tuesday.

Suspects whose names are determined by their surnames, Zheng and Wang, According to the police investigation, these two construction workers dug a large hole with a bulldozer in a section of the wall in the central Shanxi province to facilitate the passage of their machinery.

The incident occurred in the episode named “” on August 24.32” Part of the Great Wall of China built during the Dynasty ming (1368-1644) and got its name from its status as the 32nd watch station located on the territory of Youyu County.

The police took a document complaint He told the truth and moved there and found evidence that the wall had been knocked down by a man. heavy machine.

After the agents tracked them down, they found the two suspects in a neighboring town and They were taken to the police station for questioning.They later admitted that they damaged the structure “in order not to stray from the path”.

Source: Informacion

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