Parents sought for 11 trafficked infants
Updated: 2014-11-06 10:52
The police has published photos of 11 trafficked infants in a bid to look for their biological parents after busting a child-trafficking gang.
Kunming railway police busted a gang of child-traffickers, catching 32 criminal suspects and rescuing 11 infants. It has been confirmed that a total of 21 children were abducted and trafficked by the gang, China Central Television reported on Wednesday.
The members of the gang are mainly from a family and others are fellow townsmen and close friends. They purchased infants at prices ranging from 8,000 to 10,000 yuan ($1,309-1,636) per person in Wenshan Prefecture, Southwest China's Yunnan province and sold them for 100,000 to 140,000 yuan ($16,357-22,900)) each to far away places like East China's Fujian Shandong provinces.