City dad’s 2 stolen laptops recovered by Tetuan cops PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 December 2012 16:19

Men of the Tetuan Police Station turned over to Councilor VP Elago two computer laptops that were stolen from the latter’s residence recently.

The Tetuan policemen conducted a swift operation to recover the laptops in less than 48 hours.

The 19-year-old thief was caught and brought to the Tetuan Police Station. During interrogation, he admitted stealing the  expensive items at the Elago residence in 2 separate occasions.

He told investigators that he sold both items to a merchant operating within the vicinity of a school building downtown. This information led Inspectors Ishmael and Unding to recover the two computers in less than 48 hours after a strategic planning.

Councilor Elago is very thankful to the Tetuan police and even more, when during his recent visits to the station he learned that his case is just one of the many solved cases recorded in that particular police station.

“I am commending the Tetuan police force under Chief Insp. Elmer Acuna for the achievements they have made during the past months. I myself am personally amazed at how fast they managed to recover items stolen from me. The Tetuan police station is a clear proof that there are still many policemen who can be relied on,” Elago said.

The two laptops (Toshiba and Sony) were returned to Elago in good condition. — Michael Lee Delgado