Interpol China opens email for info on suspects
Beijing: The Interpol bureau in China Thursday opened an email account to which people can report on Chinese criminals who have fled overseas.
The email account - firstname.lastname@example.org - was disclosed by the ministry of public security, News Agency reported.
The ministry said the account was opened to allow whistleblowers to provide clues on the whereabouts of suspects who have left the country.
It said police encourage people to actively and truthfully provide information such as a suspect's name, identification number, address, contacts and suspected crimes as well as photos of a suspect, if possible.
The identity of informants and the information they provide would be kept confidential.