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Indian Police Seek Two American Evangelicals For Aiding Missionary Killed By Remote Tribe, Both Fled Country

The Christian Post reports:

Indian police have said that they now believe two American evangelicals helped missionary John Allen Chau reach the North Sentinel island in the Andamans, where he was killed last month. Dependra Pathak, head of police in the Andaman and Nicobar islands, said that there are no signs of Chau’s body.

“We are investigating the role of at least two Americans, a man and a woman, who met with the man who went to the island,” Pathak said. “These other two, who have since left the country, were reportedly into evangelical activities and encouraged him to visit the island.”

Indian police previously arrested seven people, including six fishermen who helped Chau get to the island. Chau’s grieving family have said that they forgive his killers.