Sydney real estate agent questioned by police in China after wife found dead in a freezer

Sydney real estate agent questioned by police in China after wife found dead in a freezer
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

A Sydney real estate agent is being questioned by police in China after allegedly fleeing the city with his two sons before his wife was found dead in a freezer.

It is understood the 36-year-old Haoling Luo had been living in Australia since 2010 before moving to Pymble with his wife and sons in 2016.
 
He paid $906,000 for the two bedroom apartment in the 2008 built Arboria complex (top).
 
Luo received his real estate licence in mid-2018 and was selling houses in the Upper North Shore.
 
Neighbours said on Sunday night they heard an argument in which furniture was being thrown, the ABC reported.
 
The body was found on Wednesday, the day after Luo fled to China with the couple's two kids.

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