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Fewer crimes reported in Central Luzon in the past 2 months

/ 10:19 AM December 06, 2022
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OLONGAPO CITY — The number of crimes reported in Central Luzon dropped by more than two percent in the last two months, police said.

In a report on Dec. 4, the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) said it recorded 527 crime incidents, particularly murder, homicide, robbery, theft, physical injury, motorcycle theft, car theft, and rape, from October to November this year.

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PRO3 said the figure was 2.23 percent lower compared with the 663 crime incidents related to the so-called “eight focus crimes” tallied during the same period last year.

Brigadier General Cesar Pasiwen, police regional director, attributed the drop to their intensified anti-criminality operations and the cooperation of the communities. INQ

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