Slain ad exec’s car recovered
The car driven by Kristelle “Kae” Davantes when she was last seen at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig has been recovered by the police authorities after it was supposedly abandoned on a street in Las Piñas City.
Senior Supt. Adolfo Samala, Las Pinas police chief, said authorities found a silver gray Toyota Altis without plate but has conduction sticker TI 2780 at the corner of Nickel and Silver Street in Carmella 4A, Barangay Pamplona Tres in Las Piñas.
Samala said the vehicle found matched with the car driven by Davantes prior to her disappearance.
Members of the Scene of the Crime Operatives are now at the site, hoping that the recovered vehicle would help in the investigation into the gruesome killing of Davantes, an advertising executive who turned up dead under the bridge in Silang, Cavite last week.
She was last seen driving the Toyota Altis at a parking lot in Bonifacio Global City.
Davantes was a senior account manager for the Manila branch of the MRM digital marketing agency under McCann Worldgroup Philippines. McCann holds office at Active Fun Building along 9th Avenue in BGC.
She will be buried at the Manila Memorial Park in Sucat, Parañaque at 2 p.m. Sunday.
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