Firm loses P400K to robbers PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 27 February 2011 16:38

Robbers broke into a fishing firm and got away with P400,000 in cash and a Nokia cellular phone in Talon-Talon the other day.

According to police report, the robbery took place at Oceanic Fishing Corporation.
Police said the robbers gained entry into the establishment by destroying the sliding door using with the us of wood and stone.

Investigation showed that the robbers entered the office and detached glass blades and took the money and phone from a drawer.
Police were not discounting “inside job” in the case.

Investigators of the Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) lifted some fingerprints at the robbery site for possible identification of the intruders.

Police said a case of robbery will be filed against the perpetrators as soon as their identities will be known. — Dan Toribio Jr.