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Chinese police capture man suspected of killing 10

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BEIJING >> Police have captured a man in northeast China suspected of killing 10 people, including his wife, father and son.

The official Xinhua News Agency said 10 bodies were found at a bathhouse and car wash in Anshan city in Liaoning province. The suspect, 33-year-old Zhou Yuxin, owns both businesses.

Xinhua quoted police as saying they captured Zhou about 100 kilometers (60 miles) from the scene.

The other victims killed Wednesday and Thursday were a female bathhouse worker, three family members of Zhou’s landlord and three car wash workers.

Xinhua quoted the police as saying extramarital affairs were the possible motive. It did not give any other details.

Telephone calls to authorities in Anshan rang unanswered Friday.

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