Gunman in murder of gov’t nurse in Maguindanao yields | Inquirer News

Gunman in murder of gov’t nurse in Maguindanao yields

/ 10:27 PM November 04, 2022
A man tagged as suspect in shooting dead a nurse of a government hospital in Datu Odin Sinsuat town, Maguindanao del Norte has surrendered to authorities on Thursday, police said.

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COTABATO CITY – A man tagged as suspect in shooting dead a nurse of a government hospital in Datu Odin Sinsuat town, Maguindanao del Norte has surrendered to authorities on Thursday, police said.

Major Reggie Abellera, Maguindanao police spokesperson, identified the suspect as Manalao Nur alias “Bots” who yielded to Datu Odin Sinsuat Mayor Lester Sinsuat who, in turn alerted the police about it.

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Lt. Colonel Nelson Madiwo, police chief of Datu Odin Sinsuat, fetched Nur from the house of Mayor Sinsuat and detained him at the municipal police station.

Abellera said Nur was tagged as the man who shot dead on-duty nurse Nelson Mantawil inside the Dinaig District Hospital in Barangay Dalican, Datu Odin Sinsuat town, amid an altercation.

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Abellera said the suspect’s family convinced him to surrender after hiding for the past seven days.

He reportedly admitted responsibility for the shooting before Mayor Sinsuat and regretted his action.

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