The lifeless bodies of motorcyle-riding carnapping suspects lay on the roadside following an armed encounter with police.

MANILA – Aside from shedding successfully of at least 20 kilograms, according to him, newly-installed PNP chief Police Gen. Debold Sinas’ men are also employing a tight watch against criminality, leading to several successful operations on Saturday.

The Quezon City Police District (QCPD), under new head in Brigadier General Danilo Macerin, scored in the city’s anti-criminality campaign with the death of two unidentified carnappers in an armed encounter with Novaliches Police Station (PS 6) led by Colonel Richard Ian Ang in Barangay San Bartolome, Novaliches.

Two other unidentified suspects managed to escape and is now the subject of a police manhunt for their immediate arrest.

Central Luzon’s No. 5 most wanted criminal collared

In Nueva Ecija, joint forces of the Provincial Mobile Public Safety Company, Regional Intelligence Unit of Cabanatuan and San Miguel police has finally collared Central Luzon’s No. 5 Most Wanted Person in Barangay Obrero, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija at around 9 a.m. on Saturday (05 Dec. 2020).

Reports reaching the office of PNP Regional Director PBGen Val De Leon, the suspect was identified as Ruiz Gutierrez y Alvarez, 32, resident of the said Barangay.

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John Lloyd Cruz gradually makes his presence felt in showbiz

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Filipino fighters falter at ONE: Big Bang

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