PARAK NA NANG-HOLD UP NG LBC BRANCH SA BULACAN, ARESTADO

Ni Trish Alcantara
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Arestado ang isang parak na nang-hold up ng isang LBC branch sa Brgy. Camias San Miguel, Bulacan nitong Mayo 24 bandang 1:00 p.m. sa isang pursuit operation ng PNP.

Nakilala ang suspek na si PCPL Moises Yango, 29, nakatalaga sa QCPD, at residente ng Brgy. Sikatuna Village, QC.

Sa ulat, armado diumano ang suspek nang nagdeklara ng hold-up sa LBC branch at nakasuot ng itim na bonnet, orange helmet, at itim na long sleeves.

Tumakas diumano ito gamit ang motorsiklo na walang plaka matapos tumangay ng PhP5,000.000 ngunit nahuli rin ng mga elemento ng San Ildefonso MPS, San Miguel MPS, at Cabanatuan MPS matapos ang isang pursuit operation.

Nakuha sa suspek ang isang hand grenade, 9mm pistol, PNP ID card, iba pang ID cards, ATM cards, at ang perang tinangay diumano nito sa LBC San Miguel Branch.

Nakadetina si PCPL Yango sa San Miguel MPS para sa pagsasampa ng kasong kriminal at administratibo.

“I have already instructed the Director, QCPD to immediately start the process for the dismissal of this policeman from the service. I will personally monitor the progress of his administrative case and make sure na hindi na siya makakabalik sa serbisyo,” pahayag ni PNP Chief PGEN Guillermo T. Eleazar.

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