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ZCPO offers P50,000 reward for Sulayman Sali’s arrest

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The Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) is now offering P50,000 reward to anyone who can give vital information that will lead to the arrest of the remaining fugitive who bolted from Tetuan Police Station (Police Station 6) detention cell along with 15 other detainees last Tuesday dawn.

According to Supt. Alvin Saguban, officer-in-charge (OIC) of the Tetuan Police Station and concurrent chief of the Zamboanga City Mobile Force Company (ZCMFC), the ZCPO decided on Friday to provide P50,000 reward to any individual that could provide reliable information about the whereabouts of the remaining escapee Sulaiman Sali y Amana.

“We are offering the P50,000 cash reward to anyone who could give us the necessary information that will help us in finding and arresting fugitive Sulaiman Sali,” Supt. Saguban told reporters in an interview.

He expressed hope that with the cash reward, anybody who has information on the whereabouts of Sali can be encouraged to help the police by giving the needed information that may lead to the arrest of the fugivite.

However, the police official advised the general public not to directly engage with Sali because the police consider him as “armed and dangerous.”

Reports gathered by the Zamboanga Today showed that the cash reward was provided by anonymous friends of the local police whose primordial concern is just merely to help the police here in the city.

Saguban said that any information from informants will be treated with outmost confidentiality. He added that informants are advised to course their information through the police station call and text line number 0997-746-5666.

He added that currently there are already several tracker teams that were earlier deployed in different areas to monitor the possible location of the escapee (Sali) adding that “the latest monitoring revealed that Sali was spotted in the vicinity of Barangays Mampang and Arena Blanco.

Saguban disclosed that Sali is trying to slip towards the adjacent Sacol Island.

“We are enjoining the participation and support of the community and in due time we expect to receive  information regarding Sali’s whereabouts,” Saguban stressed.

The local police have already coordinated with other law enforcement units to help them locate Sali.

He said that police authorities believe that the fugitive is connected with some illegal drug personalities here and in the nearby provinces. (Eugene A. Lasprilla)




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