Chinese International Student Who Drove Lamborghini and Rolls Royce Kidnapped in Canada

A Chinese student in Markham, Ontario has been missing for days after falling victim to a group of masked men who shocked him with a stun gun before forcing him into their vehicle.

Lu Wanzhen, 22, was walking on the parking lot of his condominium on Water Walk Drive when a black Dodge Caravan pulled up behind his car around 6 p.m. on Saturday.


Three masked men emerged from the van and ambushed Lu, shocking him with a stun gun multiple times.

He was then dragged into the suspects’ vehicle. Police, who described the incident as a “violent attack,” are looking for four suspects, one of whom is believed to be the van’s driver.

Lu Wanzhen. Image via Twitter / York Regional Police

Lu, also known as “Peter,” is a student at an unnamed Toronto school.

He reportedly drives a Lamborghini, a Rolls Royce and a Range Rover, according to the Associated Press.

At the time of the ambush, Lu was with a female friend, who managed to report the incident to security. She was unharmed but “traumatized.”

According to Global News, police described the first suspect as a masked male wearing blue pants and a black jacket.

The second suspect is described as a dark-skinned male standing 6 feet 1 inch tall, wearing a black Canada Goose jacket.

Meanwhile, the third suspect is described as a heavier-built, dark-skinned male standing 6 feet 2 inches, wearing dark blue jeans and a black jacket.

Finally, the fourth suspect is described as wearing a green or yellow jacket with a hood.

On Monday, Constable Andy Pattenden of the York Regional Police announced that the van used in the kidnapping was located in Toronto on Sunday night. 

The vehicle is missing its plate CEAR350, which was stolen in early March. The suspects remain at large, but no ransom money has been demanded.

Lu was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black jeans and white running shoes. Police suspect that he was targeted.

“This entire case is odd,” Pattenden said. “Abductions like this, especially with this level of violence used are very rare in this country.”

Image via Twitter / York Regional Police

Lu’s parents have since been contacted and are now on their way to Canada.

Featured Images via Twitter / York Regional Police

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