HPG on full alert against terror plot PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 13 February 2011 15:16

The Highway Patrol Group has declared a nationwide full alert after the HPG National Headquarters in Camp Crame received an information that lawless elements are poised to conduct terror acts anytime.
HPG Regional Chief Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy read a letter of instruction from the National Headquarters’ operations division during the graduation of  the six-day anti-carnapping training and seminar held at Camp Batalla that a lawless group is plotting to stage terror acts.

Uy said although the information on the terror plot is raw and the HPG National Headquarters is still validating it, the people are warned to be extra alert and vigilant at all cost and help the law enforcers prevent or stop the plot and catch the terrorists.

Uy directed all  HPG-9 provincial commanders to conduct random checkpoints and operations in all national highways in the region including police visibilities in all public places like malls, bus terminals, religious sites within their areas of responsibility and coordinate with the military and local leaders.

Meanwhile, HPG-9 personnel from the different provincial commands who attended the six day anti-carnapping training and seminar seized three motorvehicles during an actual field training exercise.
Uy identified the three motorvehicles such as a green Mitsubishi pick-up truck with plate number MCH-780 under HPG  Vehicle Infromation Management System with record registration from Shariff Aguak Maguindanao, a white Mitsubishi Adventure wagon with plate number ZNB 570 under VIMS alarm number 2009-0625-131carnapped in Bacolod City on March 4,2003 and a Toyota Fortuner.

Uy lauded tha participants for what they learned and the new skills they acquiredin tracking down stolen vehicles during the training seminar. He also commended the teams for a job well done in enforcing the law with utmost respect, courtesy and diplomacy to the drivers/ motorists. — Allen Abastillas