P200K bounty up for Baguio trader’s rob-slay suspect


BAGUIO CITY: A P200,000 bounty was raised for any information that will lead to the arrest of the suspects who killed a money changer after taking his bag containing P3 million and wounded the latter’s brother. The city government and anti-crime group Grace-Guardian Inc. raised the reward for the early solution of the crime. Larry Oliva Haya Sr., 65, a foreign exchange outlet owner, just alighted from a passenger jeepney near his house in Purok 5, Bakakeng Norte, here when two armed men tried to snatch his bag containing local and foreign currencies. Seeing the commotion, his brother, Randolph, 67, went out to his rescue but was fired at by the suspects. Larry died in the hospital while Randolph survived.


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