& # 39; Most wanted & # 39; Chinese fugitive, 63, hides for 17 years in a cave on the cliff after jailbreak
- The criminal escaped in 2002 after being convicted of human trafficking
- He then fled to a mountainous area in China and lived alone in a cave
- He was placed on the most wanted fugitive list after several manhunts failed
- His hiding place was revealed after the police used a drone during a raid this month
One of China & # 39; s most wanted fugitives hid 17 years after a jailbreak in a cave cave, the country's police revealed.
The 63-year-old fugitive, known by his last name Song, was convicted of trafficking in women and children before his 2002 outbreak.
He then lived a reclusive life in a 20 square foot shelter until it was noticed by a police drone this month.
Police officers in the Chinese district of Yongshan arrest Song (center) after he has taken his hiding place
The 63-year-old fleeing criminal lived in a small cave after escaping from prison in 2002
Drone photo released by police shows Mr. Song's remote hiding place in the Chinese province of Yunnan
According to local police, the cave is located on a precarious cliff in Yongshan province in Yunnan province in southern China.
It is said that the hiding place is so small that once you could not stand upright.
Police said the man had lived alone in the cave for all those years.
Mr. Song is said to have obtained drinking water from nearby streams using plastic bottles and cooked food by starting the fire using tree branches.
The fleeing criminal had not communicated with other people for so long that he had trouble expressing himself when officers found him.
He didn't have & # 39; long & # 39; showered or changed clothes, but had managed to cut his hair, police said.
His whereabouts were revealed after the police saw a steel blue roof in the area covered by forest
The hiding place in Daxing Town would be so small that once you could not stand up straight
The old fugitive cooked food by starting the fire using tree branches, according to police
According to an pronunciation Released by Yongshan police on his official social media account, Mr. Song escaped from a prison camp in Sichuan province in southwestern China.
A number of attempts to find him by the police failed and Mr. Song was mentioned as one of the most wanted fugitives in China.
Earlier this month, the police launched a new investigation round to find the man. They received instructions that claimed he could hide in the mountains behind his hometown of Daxing.
Officers searched in vain for clues in the remote areas. They then decided to use drones to help with the manhunt.
On September 19, the police flew an unmanned aerial vehicle over the area for five hours and saw a blue steel roof on an almost vertical cliff through the monitor.
Police officers spent more than an hour with their bare hands on the cliff after finding clues
The criminal (second from the right) has been detained and is waiting to be sentenced again
After zooming in on the cliff, officers discovered traces of life and waste.
Officers immediately went to the area and spent more than an hour climbing the cliff with their bare hands.
They surrounded the hideout from three directions and successfully caught Mr. Song who tore paper outside the cave.
Mr. Song had trouble communicating, but admitted his crimes.
He is under police detention and is waiting to be sentenced again.
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