Another shooting incident this time at Robinsons Place in Manila

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MANILA, Philippines – Another shooting incident inside a mall in Manila took place Wednesday, witnesses interviewed by INQUIRER.net said.

The shooting was at the Robinsons Place Manila outside its Pedro Gil Wing.

Witnesses said the mall guard fired at a vehicle that attempted to run him over.

No other details are available as of posting time.

Last Saturday night, a shooting was reported at the SM Megamall where robbers broke into a jewelry store using tools they bought in a hardware store inside the complex.

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/EA7TIY7PYXEU5UOXG2K5CY5F64 Eric

    Medyo makati ang mga daliri ng mall guards ngayon. Ingat kayo mga holdaper.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/WWOTOJASNHRXAP77UNRETCZZGQ ulrich j

      praktis  lang daw yn pre

  • joshua kings

    what’s happening? PHL turning into ala wild, wild west? 
    how safe is the ordinary pinoy nowadays?
    ano ang ginagawa ng kapulisan? 

  • AlexanderAmproz

    When the Laws aren’t enforced among the leaders, showing the worst robbery and killing’s, how to enforced it at the bottom. 

    Petty criminals can’t be blame for following the “elites” examples.

    Ater Corona who’s next ?

    Enrile, Binay ?

  • pedronimo

    Blame this on the much publicized Gun Ban Law. It gave impetus to more daring heists because criminals now know that banks, malls, money changers and rich and chinoy-looking persons are open season. 

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