Saturday, 16 June 2012 13:33
Two unidentified motorcycle riding-in-tandem men, who pretended to be customers, allegedly held-up and robbed at gunpoint the owner of a general merchandise store along the highway of Barangay San Jose Gusu, this city, the other day.
Local police identified the victim as Eddie Ramos y Kadil, of legal age, owner of Charles Motorcycle and General Merchandise.
The victim told police investigators that the suspects suddenly barged inside the establishment and approached the cashier before declaring the heist and took away the amount of P5,000 cash.
Probers said the suspects, wearing black jacket and white shirt respectively, immediately boarded a Honda Wave 100 R color black motorcycle with the word “TRYMO” marked on the right side of the vehicle then sped towards the direction of Barangay Upper Calarian, this city.
The victim immediately reported the incident to a nearby policeman manning the traffic at the intersection of Suterville and San Roque roads.
A follow-up investigation is being conducted by the police to establish the identity of the suspects and for their possible arrest.
By Eugene A. Lasprilla
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