PMA alumni offers P1-M bounty for Barayuga killers
The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Class of 1983 has offered a P1-million bounty for information that would lead to the arrest of the suspects behind the killing of their classmate and Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) corporate secretary Wesley Barayuga.
Barayuga was killed in an ambush after leaving the PCSO offices on Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City last July. But his family said they were disappointed by the parallel investigations being conducted by the National Bureau of Investigation, Mandaluyong Police, and Criminal Investigation and Detection Group.
The PMA Class 1983 said those with pertinent information may call them through 0921-6540715 or 0967-3155108.
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