2 bullet-riddled bodies found in Quezon
LUCENA CITY –– The bodies of two men suspected to be victims of summary execution were found on a barangay road in Tiaong town in Quezon province on Wednesday, the police said.
A report from the Quezon police office said the still-unidentified victims, found around 7 a.m. lying on the roadside in Barangay Cabay, were riddled with bullets.
The police described one of the victims as medium-built, about 20-years old, 5’2″ in height, and fair in complexion.
He was wearing Nike shorts and a black t-shirt with the marking “BLBG HOOD! SINCE DAY ONE.”
The other victim was bulky in build, wearing a black tribal camouflage t-shirt and gray and black shorts. He is 5’5 in height and fair in complexion, with the words “only time can tell” tattooed on his right forearm and a dragon tattoo on his left forearm.
Investigators said the victims suffered multiple bullet wounds on the head and body.
Five empty shells from a caliber .9mm pistol were found at the crime scene.
The victims had masking tape and duct tape wrapped around their heads, wrists, and legs; and a wire tied around their necks.
Authorities said that while bullet shells were found at the crime scene, the victims might have been killed somewhere else and dumped in the area.
The police were still determining the identities of the victims.
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