One Chinese killed, two injured in robbery in Santo Domingo
China’s Trade Development office in the Dominican Republic has confirmed that a Chinese store was robbed Thursday in the capital Santo Domingo, with one Chinese killed and two others injured. 

The robbery happened during a blackout in the district where the store was located. And the victim had gone up to the roof to start the electric generator, when he was attacked by two robbers hiding there. The victim’s wife and daughter were hurt and are now hospitalized. The trade office has urged local authorities to speed up the investigation.



Dominican Watchdog Note / No information released from the Dominican Republic, no media covering the story, No killers found and they probably never will.....!!!


WARNING! Too many tourists & foreign investors are killed in Dominican Republic - Body Count: 37, Who is next? Canadian civil war world blogger calls DR the world's most dangerous country!

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