Isabela shabu lab operators’ bodies remain unclaimed


CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela: Apparently to avoid being linked to illegal drugs, families and relatives have not claimed from a funeral parlor the two bodies of suspected operators of dismantled high technology shabu factory here. On October 23, Kim Uy and She Cangbo, both Chinese, whose remains are still with the Carbonel Funeral Homes here, were killed when they shot it out with the police operatives serving the search warrant at a warehouse in Prenza Maharlika Highway in District 1. The city police station has requested the families of Uy and Cangbo to retrieve the bodies from the funeral parlor to give them a decent burial. The bodies remained unclaimed for many days now. Supt. Ariel Quilang, Cauayan police chief, said the families don’t have to worry or be afraid of for as long as they are law-abiding citizens. “It is the right of those who are concerned to give the two Chinese drug suspects a decent burial,” he added.


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