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(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Ho Chi Minh City police rescued Friday afternoon a woman kept hostage in a rental house in District 12 by her extramarital partner, who threatened to detonate a gas cylinder to drive away officers.

Le Van Tuan refused to follow police orders to release Chi, who he cohabitates with, after keeping her captive for more than seven hours before being arrested by officers, Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper journalists reported from the scene.

After 20 shots into the air, police fired tear gas into the closed house, broke down the door, and stormed in to capture the 31-year-old man and free his unmarried partner.
 
Both of them were taken to a District 12 police station with faces covered.
 
The incident started early Friday morning, following what nearby locals said was a ferocious quarrel between the two, who have been living together for half a year even though each already has their own spouse and children.
 
Local residents called police officers when they heard yelling sounds and curses come out of the unmarried couple’s rented house at around 7:00 am.
 
The mistress attempted to escape but efforts were in vain, according to witnesses.
 
As police besieged the house, the man refused to neither open the door nor release his extramarital partner.
 
Tuan’s father, Le Van Dac, said the man is a methamphetamine addict.
 
Tuan asked Chi for money to buy the drug and was turned down, Dac recalled. Then he drove his parents out of the house, locked its door, and began beating Chi, Dac told the Tuoi Tre reporters.
 
Chi is seven years older than Tuan and now married to another man, having three children, Dac said. Tuan is also married and has two children.
The man beats his parents and mistress on a daily basis whenever he cannot get the drug, according to the father.
 
“They were quarreling violently in the morning about money issues,” Ngo Van Hoang, who lives next door to the couple, said. “Then came the anguished cry of the woman.”
 
At 11:50 am, when the rental house was surrounded by dozens of District 12 police officers and a special flying squad, Tuan asked to have a taxi to leave the scene. But ten minutes later, the man changed his mind, saying he no long needed the vehicle.
 
At 1:15 pm, the husband of the hostage came and was asked by the captor from the closed door to give him VND20 million (US$941). When the man yielded to his demand, Tuan again changed his mind and refused to show up to get the money.
 
The captor then threatened the hostage at knifepoint, saying he would kill her if anyone attempted to save her.
 
At 1:35 pm, Tuan released the valve of a cooking gas cylinder, threatening to burn it while yelling at the police: “Go away. You all get out of here.”
 
At 2:40 pm, around 20 officers from the flying squad approached the house and broke in to nab the captor.

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Source: Tuoi Tre
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