Two men are being questioned on suspicion of murdering a nurse who disappeared more than a week ago.
Dorset Police detectives believe 44-year-old Rui Li, from Boscombe in Bournemouth, may have come to harm and have launched a murder inquiry.
They have arrested two Bournemouth men, aged 60 and 26, on suspicion of murder and they remain in custody. They are both known to Ms Li.
Ms Li was last seen alive by her 18-year-old daughter at her home on Friday May 23 and was reported missing four days later.
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