11 fake PNR employees caught stealing metals, train parts
MANILA, Philippines — Eleven individuals posing as workers of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) were caught stealing metals and other train components in Cavite, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said on Thursday.
In a Facebook post, the Department said that PNR Civil Security Office and Incident Response arrested 11 fake workers of the PNR Engineering Department who stole metals and other train parts belonging to the PNR Carmona Spur Line.
HULI KAYO!Nasawata ng Philippine National Railways (PNR) Civil Security Office and Incident Response team ang 11 taong…FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFONEWSINFO
DOTr, however, withheld the names of the suspects.
The PNR vowed to apprehend individuals proven to be stealing rail and train parts.
The agency also appealed to the public to report these kinds of incidents to the police or PNR officials. /ee
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