Two former employees of a family murdered in their Freehold, NJ home were arrested last week in connection with the crime. The victims, a brother and sister who owned a local Chinese restaurant, were slain in an apparent robbery attempt in their South Street home in the borough.
The two suspects were apprehended within minutes of the first report of the crime. This occurred when a driver observed one of the victims laying in the street with his hands tied and bleeding.
A second female victim was located in a bedroom, who had been stabbed to death. Freehold police and the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office have charged Dong Biao Lin, 24 of New York along with Zeng Liang Chen, 20 also of New York with the crimes. The are accused of armed robbery, burglary, possession of a weapon, and felony murder.
The two were located on the outskirts of the borough and arrested by Freehold Township Police. This was after a second motorist saw the two and reported their whereabouts to police. The two are now lodged in the Monmouth County Jail in Freehold. Bail has been set at $3 Million.