/**消息目前还较为混乱。Mississauga News和Toronto Star的新闻中该男子是19岁，但在皮尔区警局公布的新闻稿中，该男子是29岁。–Jack注**/
-New arrest made in kidnapping, death of Tony Han
-Peel Police – Investigators Arrest Kidnapping Suspect with Public’s Assistance
-Another arrest made in kidnapping
加国无忧网 作者：牧涛/震惊华社的韩建国案又有最近进展：据本地英文媒体刚刚公布的消息，皮尔区警方（Peel police）于近日下午宣布，再拘捕一名和韩建国案有关的19岁男性华裔青年，并控以杀人（manslaughter）的罪名。
警方透露，这名19岁的青年名叫黄伟新（Wei Xin Huang音译），是万锦市（Markham）居民。警方是在收到民众的线索举报后，于今天早些时候（也有报道说昨日晚间）将其逮捕的。
据悉，在警方发现韩建国尸体后的一星期（7月15日）便通缉过黄伟新，但是当时并不知他的姓名和底细。警方只是认定他是亚裔，并公布了他的照片（上图）。在警方提供的图片中，黄伟新和在逃通缉犯吴伟国（Wu Wei Guo）并肩步行。他身穿黑衣黑裤，留黑色短发，手中拿著一个塑胶袋；身边的吴伟国戴一顶黑白条纹帽，穿花纹外套、牛仔裤。黄伟新驾驶一辆红色厢型汽车，且该车与绑架案有关。
此外，警方仍在通缉此案的重要犯罪嫌疑人、华人惯匪伍伟国（Guo Wei Wu）。此人43岁，黑头发和棕色眼睛，身高5.7英尺（1.73米）、体重170磅，无固定地址。警方相信，他已经逃往温哥华或蒙特利尔，并在当地的社区中隐藏下来。
Another arrest made in kidnapping
The Mississauga News | Jul 26, 2011 – 8:14 PM
A seventh suspect has been arrested in connection to the kidnapping of a real estate agent who was abducted six months ago along with his client from a luxury Mississauga home.
Peel Regional Police say with help from the public, they arrested a man earlier today wanted in connection with the kidnapping-for-ransom of real estate agent Tony Han, along with another man, Jun Fei, back on Jan. 20. The pair were taken from a 15-room mansion on Featherston Dr. near University of Toronto Mississauga.
Investigators received information from the public after releasing a picture on July 15 of a suspect they believed was responsible for driving a vehicle involved in the kidnapping.
Wei Xin Huang, 19, of Markham has been charged with two counts of kidnapping with the intent to hold for ransom, aggravated assault and manslaughter.
He’ll appear in Brampton court tomorrow for a bail hearing.
Han, 44, who lived in North York and was an agent with Home Life/Landmark Realty’s Markham office, had been trying to sell the Featherston Dr. home for several months.
Fei, 40, is the administrator of a numbered company that owns the estate, worth nearly $2.4 million. He was found alive and with some injuries about a week after the abduction. Court sources say Fei’s captors pistol-whipped and beat him using a hammer before finally releasing him.
Police say Fei was the target of the kidnapping and that Han may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Officers say a ransom was paid out by Fei’s family.
Police say the human remains found in the basement of a Markham home on July 12 are those of Han.
Homicide detectives aren’t releasing the cause of death from an autopsy, but well-placed sources say Han died of a heart attack, likely in the early stages of the kidnapping.
Investigators continue to search for an eighth suspect, Wei Guo Wu. A warrant for his arrest has been issued.
Wu is described as male, Asian, 5-foot-7, 170 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information can contact detectives at 905-453-2121, ext. 1133 or anonymously to Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
New arrest made in kidnapping, death of Tony Han
Published On Tue Jul 26 2011
Zoe McKnight Staff Reporter
Peel police have arrested a teenager who they say may have been the getaway driver in the kidnapping of real estate agent Tony Han, who went missing and died in January.
The teen, who was arrested and charged Tuesday, is allegedly involved in the death of Han and the disappearance of Johnny Fei, whose million-dollar Mississauga home Han was trying to sell.
Fei was held for ransom and later released, sources told the Toronto Star, whereas Han, 44, died of a heart attack while in the hands of his captors. Human remains belonging to Han were found buried in a garbage bag in the basement of a Markham home this month.
On July 15, Peel police released a photo of a man they said may have driven the car used to abduct Fei and Han. Using information from the public, police arrested that suspect this week. The other man in the police photo, known as Wei Guo Wu, is still at large.
Several others have also been arrested in connection to the case — two for kidnapping, two others for kidnapping, manslaughter and aggravated assault, and still two others who have been arrested over the past six months but who cannot be identified because of a court-ordered publication ban.
Wei Xin Huang, a 19 year-old Markham resident, was arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of kidnapping, as well as one count each of aggravated assault and manslaughter. Huang is scheduled to appear in a Brampton court Wednesday.
With files from Jim Wilkes
Peel Police – Investigators Arrest Kidnapping Suspect with Public’s Assistance
July 26, 2011
Mississauga – Officers investigating the kidnapping of Jianguo (Tony) HAN and Xiu Jun (Johnny) FEI have made another arrest, this one with the public’s assistance.
On Thursday, January 20, 2011, Peel Police Officers attended an address on Featherston Drive in response to a complaint of two missing men; Mr. FEI and Mr. HAN. The investigation determined that the two men had been kidnapped.
On July 15, 2011, investigators released a picture of a suspect they were trying to identify, and whom they believed was responsible for driving a vehicle involved in the kidnapping. Investigators subsequently received information from the public and that led to the arrest of the suspect.
The suspect, Wei Xin HUANG, a 29 year-old resident of Markham, was arrested on Tuesday, July 26, 2011, and charged with two counts of Kidnapping with the Intent to Hold for Ransom, as well as one count of Aggravated Assault and one count of Manslaughter. He is scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton for a Bail Hearing on Wednesday, July 27, 2011.
Investigators are still searching for another suspect, Wei Guo WU, who police allege is also involved in this matter. A warrant for his arrest has been issued. Mr. WU is described as male, Asian, 5’7” tall, weighing 170 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.
A photo of Wei Guo WU can be seen by clicking the following link; [WU].
Investigators want to thank the public and the media for their assistance in helping to identify and arrest the suspect.
Anyone with information regarding this investigation, including the whereabouts of Wei Guo WU, is asked to contact investigators at the Homicide Bureau, (905) 453-2121, ext. 3205, Peel Regional Police Communications, (905) 453-3311, or through your local police service. Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca.
For media inquiries, please contact the on-duty Media Relations Officer at (905) 453-2121, ext. 4027.
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