Man abducted in Batangas gasoline station, found dead in Quezon | Inquirer News

Man abducted in Batangas gasoline station, found dead in Quezon

/ 07:19 PM August 18, 2022

MANILA, Philippines – A 25-year-old man, who had been abducted from a gasoline station in Taal, Batangas, was found dead in Quezon province, the police said Thursday.

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The Philippine National Police Regional Office 4-A reported that the body of victim Eugene del Rosario was stumbled upon along the Eco Tourism Road in Sitio Pontor, Barangay Bignay 2 on Wednesday morning.

It further detailed that del Rosario’s face and hands were covered with packaging tape when his body was retrieved.

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Assistance from the Quezon Provincial Forensic Unit’s Scene of the Crime Operations has since been sought for the investigation.

Police authorities find the lifeless body of 25-year-old Eugene del Rosario along the Eco Tourism Road in Sitio Pontor, Barangay Bignay 2 on Wednesday, August 17, 2022.

Police authorities find the lifeless body of 25-year-old Eugene del Rosario along the Eco Tourism Road in Sitio Pontor, Barangay Bignay 2 on Wednesday, August 17, 2022.

The victim’s live-in partner, Maureen Cabello, earlier reported to the police that del Rosario was abducted in front of a gas station in Barangay Mahabang Ludlod in Taal, Batangas.

CCTV footage recovered by investigators showed that del Rosario got off a bus on Tuesday night, and was later taken by several armed suspects onboard a gray sport utility vehicle and a gray sedan.

Police said the suspects’ vehicles were then seen heading towards Santa Teresita in Batangas.

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