TEN sacks of assorted human bones were intercepted by Police Station 4 led by Police Chief Inspector Danilo Franciso Tuesday at Burgos Public Cemetery, Bacolod City.
The suspects were identified as John Mark Flores, 19, of Marapara Street, Barangay Villamonte, Bacolod City, Hardy Ombion, 33, of Burgos Street, and Eleazar Genon, 32, tricycle driver, and resident of Purok Sabes, Barangay Villamonte.
Franciso said that his policemen led by Police Inspector Charles Gever intercepted the 10 sacks of human bones on board a tricycle with plate number 063005 at Burgos Street in the gate of the public cemetery.
He noted that his policemen thought that it was just scrap metal but when they verified the said items, they discovered that they were assorted human bones presumably stolen from the public cemetery.
Francisco added that the three suspects are presently detained at Police Station 4 lock up cell for filing of charges against them, stressing that they did not want to cooperate with the policemen.