THE residence of 43 year old resident of Meadows Camelot, Barangay Estafania, Bacolod City was hit by robbers yesterday morning, the police said.
Police records showed that Roger Hernandez, of Block 13, Lot 12, Meadows Camelot, Barangay Estafania, Bacolod City personally appeared before the Office of Police Station 4 to lodge robbery complaint.
The complainant claimed that around 5 a.m yesterday, he discovered that his five wristwatch worth P20, 000, assorted jewelries worth P100,000, cash money P15,000, Nokia cellphone worth P8,000, Digital Camera worth P8,000, keys, and a DVD player was already missing, and believing that it was stolen by unidentified person.
Police initial investigation showed that the suspect gained entrance by partially destroying the screen of the window at the kitchen and detaching the five slots of jalousy.
It added that the complainants also recovered their personal belongings such pants, wallet, among others at the road just near of their house.
Meanwhile, Police Inspector Danilo Francisco, chief of Police Station 4, and Police Inspector Jeffrey Attunaga, chief of Police Station 2, welcomed and support the anti-robbery task force group which was earlier formed by Bacolod City Police Officer-In-Charge Supt. Celestino Guara.
Both officers claimed that it would be additional forced multipliers to stop the rampant robberies and snatching cases in the City of Bacolod, especially on their respective area of responsibility.
Guara earlier said that they will concentrate in the area of police stations 2 and 4, since these stations have recorded several robberies and snatching cases.
Francisco in the meantime, designates Police Inspector Charles Jever, as chief of anti-hold up task force together with his members PO2 ely Dela Llave, and PO1 Marlon Famucol.
While, Attunga was tasks to conduct check-point and operation against hold-up cases on his area of responsibility.