Missing woman in Bulacan found dead
CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan—A 24-year-old woman, who had been missing for three days, was found dead Tuesday, July 5, near a creek in this city, police said Wednesday.
The victim was identified as Princess Dianne Dayor of Barangay Tabang in Guiguinto town, also in Bulacan.
Colonel Charlie Cabradilla, Bulacan police director, said the woman could have been a victim of a robbery hold-up since her mobile phone and wallet were missing.
Village officials and residents found the body of Dayor, who worked at a shoe company in Pulilan town, near a creek in the boundary of Barangay Tikay in this city, and Tabang in Guiguinto.
She was wearing a pink shirt, a gray jacket, and a pair of jeans. She went missing on July 2 after she went to work at around 5:30 a.m.
Cabradilla told the Inquirer that they were still determining the cause of death and the perpetrators.
Colonel Ferdinand Germino, Malolos police chief, said the victim graduated from La Consolacion University of the Philippines.
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