Pickup truck stolen in Makati



Two armed men who concealed their faces with bandannas took a pickup truck from a businesswoman and her companion Thursday morning in front of a bar in Makati City.

Leernie G. Cabrera, 28, and her companion, Robert Obrique, said they were inside the Ford Ranger (TIO 357) on A. P. Reyes Street in Barangay Olympia when two men pointed guns at them and took over the pickup truck at 1 a.m.

SPO2 Jun Rabanal of the Makati Police anticar theft unit said that while the incident was an “isolated case,” the police would beef up its visibility in the area to avoid similar incidents.  Noli Ermitanio

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NPV7TOHIJPG3UMTLQDTHLQJR7Y Jack

     carnapping is rampant in metro manila and SPO2 Jun Rabanal of the Makati Police anticar theft unit considered this as an “isolated case? ibig ba niyang sabihin ay tapos na ang kaso na ito at cherge to experience na lang porke yon sasakyan ng biktima ay may comprehensive insurance? 

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2CXSAKSY3PCRQRSVZH4LOEO2RQ Marko

       May masabi lang yang SPO2 na yan, pero hindi niya talaga alam yung meaning ng “isolated case” kumbaga boka lang. inutil na lespu!

    • mom_jec

      Tinatamad lang yan mga yan.. At para wala nang tanong dahil dami na pala nangyari jan pero hanggang ngayon may nangyayari pa rin.. Sorry ha pero di kasi kayo ang nawalan at muntik na mapatay..try to flag this! Well akin lang naman ang truck na yan!

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