In recent days, the Kanxi region of Gansu Province has spread information on the “bad people who rob children”. The local police conducted ruminations and verified that the rumored “bad guys” were actually two men and two women on a picnic in the village on May 20. Because of this misunderstanding, there was a conflict between the villagers and the four people. The police have conducted exegerates on the dissemination of distorted information and informed the truth.
According to the May 22 police report from Qianxi County, on May 21, the police of the Public Security Bureau of Qianxi County, Gansu Province, discovered that the local WeChat circle of friends, WeChat Group and Weibo disseminated a message. Kidnapped bad guys" message. It was verified that at 16:30 on May 20th, four young people (two men and two women) drove a white car to a picnic near the village of Pohe in Yahe Village, Gongchang Town. At 20:00, after the students of Sanya Middle School passed by the four picnic spots, they mistakenly thought that the two men and two women in the picnic were “bad guys who rob children” and informed the local villagers after passing the village of Pohe Village. Some local villagers intercepted white cars and caused conflicts. After the villagers made a report to the police, the civilian police of the Qianxi County Public Security Bureau immediately sent out the police and investigated and dealt with the relevant circumstances. After investigation, it was verified that there was no fact that "theft of children" was circulated online on May 20. The civilian police of the Qianxi County Public Security Bureau has given instructions to the personnel who disseminate distorted information and informed the local people about the facts.
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