Chinese authorities claim to have arrested two men believed to be the country's first internet serial killers.
The pair are accused of raping and murdering at least six girls after arranging dates with them over the web.
Li Song and Xu Yuanqing were caught in a honey trap after police officers posed as potential dates for a 'fishing excursion'.
The bodies of six victims were found underneath a building materials shop managed by Song, and at a suburban home the two used for their liaisons.
Chinese police said that the victims were between the ages of 12 and 17, and that DNA testing had been required to identify them.
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