retiree lose stereos to thieves
physician and a retiree lost their car stereos to unidentified thieves
recently in the capital town, police reported last week.
Marino y Gianan, 73, married and a resident of barangay Cavinitan, was
attending the High Mass at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral during the
Virac town fiesta last Dec. 8 when the suspects made off with the stereo
mounted inside his service jeep parked near the church. The item has not
been traced as of presstime.
days later, Dr. Omar Anthony Zantua y Lizaso, 33, single and a resident of
barangay Francia, was enjoying the sights and sounds of the Christmas
Cheers 2000 at Plaza Rizal when unidentified suspects carted off the
Pioneer car stereo and aircon unit worth a total of P16,000.00 inside his
gray Nissan Sentra. The thieves opened the door of the car
while it was parked infront of Lepanto Enterprises in barangay San
Jose about midnight of Dec. 19.
three teenagers went to the police last week to put on record the sad fact
that they entrusted cash to a man who promised to get them a car stereo
and then failed to return.
Bagadiong y Alberto, 13, of Rawis; Louie Villaflor y Dolores, 18, of Sta.
Cruz; and, Marc Arthur Vidal y Egot, 14, of Rawis, claimed that in
barangay Lanao, they gave P800 cash to a certain Noe Sarmiento, Jr. of
Rawis with which to purchase a car stereo last Dec. 17. Sarmiento told
them to wait but he failed to come back after three hours.