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2 shot dead in Quezon

By: - Correspondent / @dtmallarijrINQ
/ 10:22 AM May 17, 2022
2 shot dead in Quezon

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LUCENA CITY––A gunman on Tuesday shot and killed a man and a woman in Tiaong town in Quezon province.

The Tiaong police described the still-unidentified victims as a male between 25 and 35 years old, wearing a blue shirt and striped short pants, and a female around the same age also wearing a blue shirt and pajama pants.

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The police report said the victims were waiting around 3:30 a.m. for someone on board their motorcycle, without plate number, in Barangay Sambat Paiisa.

The police, citing witnesses, said the two scampered toward the nearby gasoline station and repeatedly shouted: “Tulungan nyu kami, tinutukan kami ng baril (Help us! Somebody is pointing a gun at us).”

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Suddenly, a still-unidentified assailant arrived and repeatedly shot the victims.

The gunman fled on foot after the shooting and left his targets dead.

The police are now conducting further investigation to unmask the gunman and establish the motive behind the killing.

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