Police in southwestern China have detained a man suspected murdered dozens of young men, butchered them and sold as ostrich meat market, the country's media.
Guangxi News Website news reports that farmers in Vinh Truong Minh, 56, was arrested two weeks ago in the village of Nam Mon Yunnan Province, and is being investigated on charges of killing a 19-year-old at the end April this year.
When police raided their home field, they discovered dozens of eyeballs who are soaked in white wine.
They also found that the meat is dried for human flesh hung in the homes of suspects, according to the Standard.
Hong Kong newspaper said police fear the killer has eaten meat or sale of at least 20 people missing, mostly boys.
In recent days, police have unearthed more bones, believed to be human bones, in a nearby garden.
According to the newspaper, at least 20 young people living within a radius of 2 km around the house was missing.
Police arrested Zhang names on 9.5 as related to the disappearance of at least seven young people since 2007 and killed one of them.
There are six people who had disappeared in 15 months. Latest victim was a 19-year-old Korean workers Dieu, who disappeared from day 25.4.
Police found cell phones, bank cards and other papers of Zhang Han's home.
Reportedly, Zhang each sentenced to life imprisonment in 1978 for the murders in which victims were cut into several segments. However, he was freed in 1997 after serving 18 years.
A few days ago, Xinhua said Beijing has sent a team of experts to Yunnan to supervise the investigation into the disappearance of two teenagers and a local police chief was fired.