A police statement didn’t directly confirm He was the target, only saying it was a victim surnamed “He.” However, Midea later issued a statement thanking police on the company’s Weibo social media account.
State media said He’s son, He Jianfeng, managed to escape and swam across a nearby river to notify authorities. Five people were later arrested, with police saying no one was injured in the ensuing standoff.
“After receiving the report, the provincial, municipal and district public security organs became highly concerned about the case and quickly organized police to rush to the scene,” police said in a statement.
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