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Two wanted gang members apprehended

Fox 9 News reported that two gang members were arrested Monday, ending an 8-year manhunt. The men were arrested in connection with gang-related homicide in 2001.

Gary Vue, 27, and Chong Vue, 29, were the brothers the Minnesota Fugitive Task Force arrested Monday morning. Police acquired a tip that led them to the St. Paul residence of a friend of the two men, where they were apprehended around 6:20a.m.

The two were featured on the television series "America's Most Wanted" in November 2006, reported the Star Tribune.

The Star Tribune also said they were being sought in connection with the murder of 21-year-old Za Xiong, who was killed in North Minneapolis in 2001.

The two were charged with second-degree murder in 2006 and indicted two months later by a Hennepin County Grand Jury. They then fled the state before they could be charged. (Fox 9)

The brothers were members of the Oroville Mono Boys gang. (Star Tribune)