Trader's son abducted-A A +A
Friday, August 17, 2012
CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga -- Two armed men forcibly abducted a two-year-old boy at a posh subdivision in Barangay Sindalan, City of San Fernando, on Wednesday.
Superintendent Luisito Magnaye, San Fernando chief of police, said the suspects armed with low caliber guns, took the businessman's son from their house around 1:30 p.m.
Magnaye said the kidnappers barged into the victim's residence and proceeded at the movie room where the three housemaids and the boy were watching television.
The suspects, whose faces were covered with handkerchiefs and wearing caps, ordered the three maids not to create any noise.
The boy was forcibly taken from one of the housemaids, the report said.
The kidnappers tied the hands of housemaids with packaging tapes. The suspects also took the house helper's cellular cellphones, Magnaye said in his report.
The suspects went upstairs and proceeded to the masters’ bedroom where they found a vault containing assorted jewelry and undetermined amount of cash.
After taking the vault, the kidnappers boarded the businessman's BMW X3 SUV with the boy, Magnaye said.
A CCTV camera installed at the gate of the subdivision has recorded when the BMW went out.
The trader was not around when the incident happened. He reportedly refused the assistance of Scene of the Crime Operatives (Soco) team.
Senior Superintendent Edgardo Tinio, Pampanga police provincial director, has instructed Magnaye to conduct in depth investigation on the kidnapping. (Ric Sapnu)
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on August 18, 2012.