ANGELES CITY – A closed circuit television (CCTV) has recorded a gasoline station robbery and the shooting of the detailed security guard Monday dawn.

Senior Superintendent Danilo Bautista, city police officer-in-charge, said the whole incident has been recorded on the monitor of the Central Fuel Station in Barangay Balibago, this city.

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“With the help of the CCTV, we were able to take pictures of the two suspects who entered the gasoline station,” Bautista said.

Bautista said the two suspects were with two others, who acted as look out outside the gas station store.

The two other suspects drove the getaway motorcycle, according to Bautista.

Chief Inspector Rogelio Javier, commander of Police Station 4 here, identified the guard as Jomar De Guzman, 19, who was shot to death by one of the suspects.

The suspects reportedly stopped at the Central Fuel Station here to refuel. After refueling, the suspects paid P500 and waited for their P300 change. Two of them proceeded to the cashier’s room and shot the guard at close range.

The suspects took the cash box containing some P21,700 and De Guzman’s shotgun before heading to Don Bonifacio Subdivision.

Bautista said they are now conducting a follow up operation to identify and arrest the suspects.