Friday, 24 February 2017 14:06
A businesswoman lost her bag containing cash and gadgets to two motorcycle riding-in-tandem suspects at the interior part of Sitio Talungon, Barangay San Roque, this city, Wednesday night.
The victim, Noemi Francisco y Burillo, 47, of Talungon, San Roque, reported the incident to Police Station 7 at about 9:00in the evening of Wednesday.
She said the suspects, riding in a color black color motorcycle without plate number, sidled their vehicle and forcibly took her bag.
Police said the bag contained P40,000 cash, two cellular phones and other personal items.
The victim was on her way home onboard a tricycle driven by her brother-in-law when the incident happened.
The victim disclosed that the suspects pointed an unknown type of handgun at her when she tried to fight back, prompting her to let go of her bag.
The suspects hurriedly sped towards Governor Ramos Avenue, San Roque after the incident.
Further investigation is being conducted to establish the identity of the suspects for their possible arrest.
Earlier, two “balut” (duck egg) vendors were also robbed by a lone holdupper at the entrance to Sitio Talungon, San Roque. (Eugene A. Lasprilla)
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