Issue of May 14, 2017
     
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Suspects in robbery drop Duterte’s name, war on drugs
by BMC release

The government’s war on drugs has its downsides, especially when lawless individuals use it to carry out their sinister acts such as robbery under the guise of anti-narcotics operation.

This was how a 38-year-old businesswoman in Pinukpuk, Kalinga put it when she complained that six masked suspects robbed her and her brother of cash and valuable items inside their house in Kalbayan, Pinukpuk on May 8.

When the six armed suspects entered their house, one of them was quoted as saying in vernacular: “Where is the shabu, as someone tipped us. Where’s the money too?”

One of the suspects pointed his gun to the businesswoman identified as Lilibeth G. Cabasag while his companion started opening cabinets and drawers inside their rooms.

The suspects carted away an M16 baby armalite and cash before proceeding to her brother’s residence, which is two meters away.

One of the suspects was again quoted as saying in vernacular, “Don’t shout, as we were ordered to come here by (President) Duterte to look for something.”

The suspects took a wallet containing cash and other important personal IDs from the complainant’s brother.

Two more cases of robbery were reported in Tabuk City and Bangued, Abra on May 9.

In Tabuk, a 16-year-old student and his group were robbed by three armed suspects while traversing a highway on their way home. The suspects carted away a laptop and undetermined cash which were collections from a restaurant.

One of the suspects wounded the student’s female companion.

In Bangued, an 18-year-old female student complained that an armed suspect robbed her of personal belongings and cash while she was about to close her commercial stall at Zone 2.

All cases are under follow-up investigation.


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