HPG-9 recovers 3 more stolen bikes PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 June 2013 11:31

The Highway Patrol Group-9 (HPG-9) recently recovered in Zamboanga City three more motorcycles stolen in Luzon.

Supt. Severino B. Agustin,  HPG-9 chief, described the three motorcycles as one yellow Honda Wave 100 with engine number VRO1E090180, chassis number KVRO1090174 and plate number 4203 NQ,  tangerine Yamaha Mio Sporty  with engine number 40C046356, chassis number PA040C000B0064610 and  one green Kawasaki TC with engine number KC128AEB04799 and chassis number KC128AB04799.

HPG-9 case investigator SPO1 Wilfredo Ator said the driver of the Kawasaki  TC,  a certain  Najed, applied for a shipment clearance for the release of the motorcycle on board a commercial vessel that arrived here from Manila. When Ator checked it in the Motor Vehicle Information Management System that links all HPG units nationwide through the internet, there was a discrepancy in the Kawasaki plate number. It appears that the plate number belongs to another motorcycle. It originally came from Bulacan.

The same with the Honda Wave 100 who possessor  also applied for a shipment clearance for release from a commercial vessel from Manila. When checked, it appears that its plate number belongs to a Mitsukoshi motorcycle.

The possessor of the Yamaha Mio Sporty also applied for a shipment clearance for Jolo Sulu. When verified by Inspector Mervin S. Claret in the Motor Vehicle Information Management System, it was found out that the motorcycle was under the list of alarmed and stolen status under alarm number 2013-0219-006. The Yamaha Mio was stolen while parked at Grand Villas, Barangay  Barangka, Marikina City.

Agustin commended his men for a job well done in recovering the three motorcycles. He directed them to seize the three  units, conduct further investigation and send a report to Camp Crame so that the owners will know on the recovery of their motorcycles. — Allen Abastillas