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MMDA clearing team stumbles upon body dumped in street

By: - Reporter / @dexcabalzaINQ
/ 03:44 AM November 11, 2016

A suspected car burglar was found dead by Metropolitan Manila Development Authority personnel clearing the corner of Edsa Extension and F.B. Harrison Street in Pasay City at 11:35 p.m. Wednesday.

The male victim was described as between 35 and 40 years old, 5’4 feet in height, of slim build and with thick hair.

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He was wearing a ball cap, red shirt and black denim pants, according to case investigators SPO1 Rodolfo Suquina Jr. and SPO1 Dennis Desalisa. They added that masking tape was wrapped around the victim’s head.

There were no other injuries on the body except for blood on the head.

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Scene of the Crime Operatives recovered from the crime scene a sachet of suspected methamphetamine hydrochloride or “shabu” and a note which read: “basag kotse ako (I’m a car burglar).”  TVJ

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TAGS: Edsa Extension, F.B. Harrison Street, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, MMDA, Pasay City, SPO1 Dennis Desalisa, SPO1 Rodolfo Suquina Jr.
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