Cops still trying to identify robbers-A A +A
Monday, February 3, 2014
POLICE are now looking for the people who broke into two houses and a shop in three separate incidents in Davao City over the weekend.
The first robbery happened around 4:30 p.m. at the boarding house of Therese Lumanog Tumuran, 16, of Magsaysay town in Davao del Sur and transient resident of Barangay 34-D in Davao City.
Record from the San Pedro Police Station showed the victim left the house on Saturday and that when she returned around 5:45 p.m., she found five blades of jalousies already detached from the window.
The robbers took one HP brand notebook worth P10,000, one Coby tablet worth P5,000, one Samsung cellular phone worth P3,000, a Smart pocket wifi worth P2,000, and a sling bag worth around P2,000.
The second incident took place at Marian Fried Chicken Store in Buhangin either Saturday or Sunday morning. The store is owned by one Princes Marian Bentulan.
Record from the Buhangin Police Station showed the saleslady of the shop identified as Lenonisa Duron Blanco, of Ponciano Reyes St., was tending the 24-hour shop along with the other unidentified worker, but both fell asleep.
When they woke up around 3 a.m. Sunday, the 21-inch LED Sanyo brand television worth P17,000 placed on top of the table was already gone.
The third robbery happened at the house of Danilo Espiritusanto Loyola, a government employee and resident of Barangay Los Amigos in Tugbok District on Sunday at 5 p.m.
Record from the Tugbok Police Station showed that the victims lost P20,000 cash that was left on the bed when the couple left to attend to their farm.
Members of the San Pedro Police Station, Buhangin Police Station and Tugbok Police Station are already checking their rogue galleries and coordinating with the respective barangays of the victim so as to identify and locate the whereabouts of the suspects.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on February 04, 2014.