Hardware store held-up by riders-in-tandem-A A +A
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
CAMP OLIVAS -- Four unidentified riders-in-tandem, one of them armed with an unknown gun, held up the JBJ Commercial and Construction Supply in Barangay San Juan, City of San Fernando last Tuesday.
In a report, Pampanga Police Acting Provincial Director R’Win Pagkalinawan said two of the suspects posted in front of the establishment while the two others entered and one of them pointed a gun at Joseph De Jesus, 47, of Zone 2, Cabalantian, Bacolor.
The suspect ordered De Jesus to hand over his wallet containing P12,000 while Marissa David-De Jesus handed over P25,000 for fear of her life, the report said.
Initial investigation said one of the suspects was wearing bull cap and sunglasses.
Pagkalinawan said the suspects fled toward San Juan High School, City of San Fernando and are now subjects of a manhunt by police teams. (Ric Sapnu)
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on November 01, 2012.