Ex-DepEd exec Rimando robbed PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 July 2014 11:14

Retired Zamboanga City Schools Division Superintendent Antonio S. Rimando’s shoulder bag, containing his Smart and Globe cellphones, P5,000 in cash, senior citizen’s ID and other valuable documents – was stolen by someone about noontime on July 15 inside his owner’s type jeep parked in Baliwasan Chico fronting the city schools division office.

Rimando informed Central Police Office desk officer PO3 Narciso A. Ignacio III that he momentarily left his vehicle and went up to the division office to secure some statistical data from Education Supervisor Evelyn Villa for his upcoming news article in a national daily. (Incidentally, Rimando is also a long-time correspondent of a Manila-based newspaper.)

In his haste, Rimando inadvertently forgot to bring his shoulder bag he had placed between the driver’s side front seat.

The former school executive-journalist has appealed to the concerned bag-taker that he could keep the bag and cash for himself, “but please return its important contents by giving them to the city division guard house where I could claim them later.”

Rimando said the bag-taker could call him in his PLDT landline number 995-3885 even as he profusely thanked the latter for his anticipated kind help.