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Australia Chinese university student who vanished 12 years ago is bizarrely found after being arrested for 'shoplifting in a Sydney Westfield'

07:01  24 november  2019
07:01  24 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A then 28-year-old Chinese National student was reported missing in 2007. A Chinese national reported missing 12 years ago has finally been found after police arrested him for shoplifting . The man was arrested at a Parramatta Westfield on Saturday and has been issued with an infringement

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A Chinese national reported missing 12 years ago has finally been found after police arrested him for shoplifting.

The now 40-year-old man, who came to Australia in 2003 to study, initially gave police fake identification when he was arrested.

He was reported missing by NSW Police in 2007 and has not had contact with his family back in China since 2004.

Despite extensive investigations at the time and over the years, the man was not located.

The man was arrested at a Parramatta Westfield on Saturday and has been issued with an infringement notice for shoplifting.

a group of people standing in a room: In February 2007, a then 28-year-old Chinese National was reported missing to Sydney City Police Area Command, after losing contact with his family in China since May 2004 (stock image)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited In February 2007, a then 28-year-old Chinese National was reported missing to Sydney City Police Area Command, after losing contact with his family in China since May 2004 (stock image)

The man had been studying in Australia since May 2003.

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Police were able to confirm the man's identity despite him initially giving officers a fake ID.

The man was issued a Criminal Infringement Notice for shoplifting and has been referred to the Department of Home Affairs.

a sign on the side of a building: At about 3pm on Saturday, police were called to a store at Westfield Parramatta (pictured), after a 40-year-old man was allegedly caught shoplifting and he was identified as the missing Chinese National© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited At about 3pm on Saturday, police were called to a store at Westfield Parramatta (pictured), after a 40-year-old man was allegedly caught shoplifting and he was identified as the missing Chinese National

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