Indonesian found in freezer on Chinese fishing vessel

Lu Huang Yuan Yu 117, a Chinese-flagged fishing vessel that was secured by Indonesian authorities in Riau Islands on July 8 after authorities received information about the death of an Indonesian worker on board. - JP/ANN

JAKARTA (AFP): The frozen body of an Indonesian man has been found aboard a detained Chinese fishing vessel, authorities said Thursday (July 9), adding that they suspected foul play in the crew member's death.

Indonesian police said they intercepted two boats in the Malacca Strait this week after receiving a tip off that a crew member had died aboard one of the vessels.

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