2 motorcyle-riding men rob Malaysian national in Makati

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MANILA, Philippines – Two motorcycle-riding men robbed a Malaysian national of his gadgets in Makati Wednesday night.

Police identified the victim as Harvinder Singh Gurnam Singh, a BPO company employee in Taguig City who is currently staying at Manila Peninsula Hotel at the corner of Ayala and Makati avenues.

The crime happened at the corner of Rada and Legaspi Streets, San Lorenzo village around 9 p.m., police said.

Singh said the men took away company-owned gadgets, such as Samsung Galaxy cell phones and a camera, a Le Novo notebook, headphones and an Apple iPad. The robbers also made off with his cash money worth more than P43,000 and a gold chain.

Case investigator Senior Police Officer 1 Romeo G. Peñaflor said that two men pretended to be lost and approached Singh to ask him for directions. Suddenly, one of them pointed a knife and forced him to surrender his belongings.

Singh did not recognize the men because the street was dimly lit. Noli Ermitano, Philippine Daily Inquirer

 

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  • staad

    when in mmla do not trust anyone in the streets. maraming switik.

  • Lapu Lapu

    Whenever  election is near, robbery and hold-up cases increases to alarming levels.

    Its a natural phenomenon in the Philippine archipelago.  

  • kontra_boohaya

    Mas switik tong Malaysian na to.  Sinangla ang mga “company” gadgets tapos nag report na nahold up siya e di may pang good time na siya.  Remember Amalilio?

  • JunPyo123

    Le Novo noteboook. Akalain mo yun, nag sariling brand yung nag sulat. Ang alam ko kasi ay Lenovo.

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