Olongapo’s P2M rob-slay suspect hunted


OLONGAPO CITY: Two suspects in the P2 million robbery-killing of a 60-year-old money changer staff here has been identified and now subject of a manhunt. Olongapo City Police officer-in-charge Senior Supt. Jerry Sumbad told The Manila Times on Friday that the suspects, whose identities were withheld are reportedly on their way to Bicol. Pedro Bautista Ico, an employee of Arlene’s Money Changer withdrew the money from a bank on Wednesday and was found dead with stab wounds inside his car parked in Barangay East Bajac-Bajac.


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