Thieves break into cop’s car, steal computer

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Even policemen aren’t safe from thieves.

A police superintendent found this to be true after he lost on Saturday night his laptop computer to robbers who broke the window of his sport utility vehicle in order to get the gadget.

Supt. Nicasio Salamera, a member of the Quezon City Police District’s District Legal Unit (QCPD-DLU), said that he had left the computer worth around P60,000 in the back seat of his SUV.

In his complaint which he filed in the Masambong police station, Salamera said that he parked his Mitsubishi Montero on West Avenue in Barangay (village) Paltok around 8 p.m. on

Saturday.

He added that he made sure that all the vehicle’s doors were locked and its windows closed before he left it unattended.

But when he returned an hour later, he found one of the windows broken and his laptop computer missing.

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  • themask celestial

    Police Adivce- Magingat lagi sa inyong property at di namin kayo babantayan hehe. Better wag na bumili ng property

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PM6JHCFR2KT2AURMWRDUXBNLQY Darwin

    A laptop in an SUV. wow. The PNP must pay well. Wink wink.

    • ado4625

      Hmm… wink wink

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MZWVVOOCSIDTIEAVGDDBAXN6K4 Jim

    A 60,0000 laptop inside a Mitsubishi Montero… lakas pala ng kita sa PNP

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TOXHGNYMNIUB5QVWCBTVQ7XOOU Jack

    Wow, a Superintendent in the PNP earning 45k++/ a month owning a PhP 1.5 million dollar SUV.  Business must be good, eh?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDDFMDLDMH6U5IQJH6LNBQTVMA Tony M

      I wonder what  cars the PNP generals own.  BMWs, Range Rovers, Land Cruisers? Ano kaya kelangan gawin sa mga ito? If an honest to goodness lifestyle check ang gawin eh baka 10% na lang ng police force ang matira.  But seriously, corruption is really a major, major, MAJOR problem of the PNP which not only the government but the citizens (with the media) as well must address head-on. If not, corruption in the PNP will stay on for generations to come.

  • 1GeorgeTolentino2

    Magnanakaw tinalo ng kapwa magnanakaw! Serves him well.

  • Jason Cruz

    Wow  naka SUV si bossing.   heheheheh magkano ba sweldo mo cheap ? 

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