Chinese boy, 18, told his adoptive father is prime suspect in real parents’ murder


An 18-year-old Chinese boy has been reunited with his family 17 years after going missing from the home in which his parents were murdered, and his adoptive father has been identified as the prime suspect in the crime, according to a state media report.

In 2001, a couple surnamed Chen were beaten to death in their stone hut in the village of Shangfengshan, near the city of Xinyang, Henan province, broadcaster CCTV reported on Saturday.

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