Quick Transmigration: I Just Want to Die

Chapter 38: Frontline Journalist (11) Part 1

Sanlang was still waiting anxiously.

It was almost 11 o'clock, and Ah Jin still hadn't come back.

He called Mani for help.

"Mr. Mani, can you do me a favor? Mr. Zhou went over to the warehouse and hasn't come back yet. Can you take me to him?"

Mani was quick to agree, telling him to wait for him in front of the embassy.

The embassy staff naturally refused to let him go out to look for Ah Jin.

They were about to evacuate, so how would they account for him if he ran out at this time?

Sanlang insisted on going out and made himself responsible for any accidents.

No matter what the embassy said, he left.

The embassy staff was furious.

"We're evacuating. What's wrong with these two journalists? They are so capable of causing trouble!"

Forget about the one who sneaked out, and there was another one who wanted to go.

The staff was angry, but they still sent two people to protect Sanlang.

They are fellow countrymen.

They could not ignore ah.

Mani soon arrived.

Sanlang and two other people got into the car and rushed all the way to the hill.

Sanlang thought a guard team would stop the car on the road, but the journey was extremely smooth.

There was even no shadow of the guard team.

His heart grew even more restless.

Since Ah Jin had left, he had been anxious.

He always felt that something big was going to happen.

The car soon arrived at the hill.

Sanlang saw the stolen car parked on the hill.

He immediately jumped out of the car and rushed over.

The car was empty. Sanlang’s eyelids suddenly twitched a lot.

He ran to the area to look around, but there was no one.

Could it be that Zhou went to the warehouse?

Sanlang was frightened by his thoughts.

He broke out in a cold sweat.

He hurriedly ran to the boulders to see the warehouse.

But he came out in a hurry, and he did not bring the binoculars.

He was only wearing the bulletproof vest and the pistol that Ah Jin bought for him.

That was when he found something placed between the two rocks.

There was a camera, and a note was pressed under it.

On the note was a message from Ah Jin.

"Sanlang, I still have some things to do. I will leave first. You can go home without me. I will be there later."

At the end of the note were three more words, "I am sorry."

His hands began to tremble as he turned on the camera and checked the footage taken earlier.

The camera was pointed at the warehouse at the beginning of the screen.

As the camera zoomed in, the warehouse could be seen clearly, but the image's quality began to become a little blurry.

It was then that Ah Jin's voice came from the video camera.

"Sanlang, I'm leaving. Hurry up and get home safely."

Tears had fallen from Sanlang's eyes.

He knew that something must have happened to Ah Jin.

The other guys also gathered around to watch the video.

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