2 cops escape from communist abductors in Agusan del Sur


MANILA, Philippines—The two policemen abducted by suspected members of the New People’s Army in Agusan del Sur escaped from their captors, the Philippine National Police said Friday.

PNP spokesman Chief Superintendent Generoso Cerbo Jr. said Police Officer 2 Allan Ronald Muñez made it to Loreto Municipal Police Station around 8:50 p.m. Thursday, ahead of his companion, Police Officer 1 Nemuel España.

España was found before dawn Friday, Cerbo said.

The duo managed to escape after Muñez got hold of an AK47 riffle, which he used to shoot two of their captors, he said.

Cerbo said Muñez and España got separated during their escape.

Muñez and España were seized by the communist rebels in Loreto, Agusan del Sur last Sunday.

Originally posted: 8:53 am | Friday, April 19th, 2013

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  • generalproblem

    good yan ang tutuong pulis

  • generalproblem

    bigyan ng parangal yan lalo at naiuwi yata nya yung ak47


    sinong gun smuggler ang supplier ng mga npa. at baka binayaran pa iyan mula sa pdaf.

  • skylord

    Pro sana d na muna inanunsyo na isa pa lng ang natagpuan

  • zandro santos

    salamat naman. sana maubos na yang mga salot na NPA.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Psiitoon-Charoenkrung/100001362990665 Paitoonn Charoenkrung

    Time to suppress the NPA in the country. The military should launch an all out attack against all NPA strongholds in the country. Its a shame that only the Philippines among democratic Asean countries has the scourge of NPA while the other asean democratic countries have suppress communism in their midst decades ago. The Philippine Air Force should use the soon to be acquired modern jet fighters from Korea and make all the NPA strongholds as their target practice.

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