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HomeCrimeFrom body spray to cell phones: Theft(s) and the city

From body spray to cell phones: Theft(s) and the city

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BACOLOD CITY — It was probably for a date.

But shoplifting suspect did not get to use the P89-body spray he allegedly attempted to pilfer out of the 7-Eleven Convenience Store along Lacson Street as he was caught red-handed.

Suspect Carlo Guimarangan, 26 was caught by security guard John Mark Vivar, 6 January 6, 1 a.m. and was then endorsed to Police Station 2 led by Police Corporals Robert Glenn Prioli, and Richmond Rainer Teruel.

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Meanwhile, two still unidentified men robbed a “sari-sari store” or mini convenience store in sub-village Tangkong, village 7 last 5 January 11 p.m.

Cezar Ian Acibug, according to a blotter report, was informed by his friend Christian Harder that a phone worth P6,500 and P8,700 in cash were taken by two male suspects.

A diner in Mang Inasal San Agustin Drive branch, however, suffered more than the loss of a few items as his entire bag was taken from him in an apparent case of salisi.

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Diner Domenic Romello fell victim to the modus operandi while having his lunch at the chicken outlet last 6 January 2:30 p.m.

An unidentified male person stole his sling bag placed beside him as recorded by a CCTV footage of the establishment.

Romello’s bag contained legal IDs, two ATM cards, a phone, bank documents and more or less P13,000 cash.

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Darlwin Sales
Darlwin Sales
Darlwin is a writer and correspondent for DNX. A promising budding journalist, he used to cover crime stories and now has expanded to feature stories about sports, culture, politics and life in general.
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