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Noise from printers led to arrest

A 34-year-old woman has been arrested for forging and selling fake certificates and licenses after neighbors claimed they frequently heard printers being used at her apartment, police said yesterday.

In a raid on her rented apartment on Yanggao Road S., Pudong, police discovered more than 500 forged seals of government administrations and over 600 fake copies of temporary car plates, motor vehicle registration certificates and bike plates as well as two printers, a computer and a card-cutter.

The suspect, a Hunan native surnamed Zhu, is alleged to have claimed she had made about 10,000 yuan (US$1,450) in the past three months, by selling the forged documents.

She is said to have told police she found clients via a member of a gang but didn’t know any of the gang members in person.


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