Motor parts store robbed PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 13 January 2013 14:54

Robbers ransacked several motor parts from a store in Guiwan at dawn last Friday.

A police report disclosed that the robbery took place at Martin Motor Parts owned by Martin Repolidon y Diaz.

Initial investigation disclosed that the robbers broke into the store by destroying its  door.

Investigation showed the robbers took a Yamaha Crypton motorcycle, a portable generator, four pairs of XRM telescopic sassy, 15 pieces of XRM rear shock absorbers, 30 pieces of  Skygo piston kit, four Skygo voltage regulators, 3 pieces opf XRM coil assy, 50 XRM clutches, 10 pieces of XRM cable, 10 pieces DT primary coils,  10 pieces XRM kick pedals, 20 pieces leg protectors, 15 sets of piston rings for Skygo, one rear hub — all in all worth of P186, 582 — and P2,800 in cash.

Police said the motorcycle was recovered along Estrada St., Tetuan believed to have been abandoned by the robbers after they used it as get-away vehicle.

Police were still digging deeper into the case. — Dan Toribio Jr.