4 Filipinos face raps for alleged theft; 1 still at large | Inquirer News

4 Filipinos face raps for alleged theft; 1 still at large

By: - Reporter / @BPinlacINQ
/ 02:50 PM March 09, 2023

calabarzon robbery gang members nabbed in taguig


MANILA, Philippines — Four Filipino women are facing criminal complaints for allegedly stealing from a 33-year-old Chinese woman in Taguig City, while one other suspect remains at large, police said Thursday.

The Southern Police District (SPD) said raps had been filed against arrested suspects Wheng Ramos, 30, Angeline Conde, 30, Jerikha Joy Acaba, 26, and Jane Gellado, 41, after they purportedly stole two mobile phones from the backpack of a certain Yuanchun Qin inside a Korean mart at the posh Bonifacio Global City.


“The victim sought assistance from the security guards that resulted in the immediate arrest of the suspects,” police said in a report.


Another suspect, identified as Mary Ann Francisco, remains at large. Taguig police are on the lookout for Francisco for “possible” arrest and recovery of the two stolen mobile phones, according to SPD.

In 2022, the Philippine National Police noted that theft had again topped the list of most prevalent crimes recorded in the country. There were 6,683 theft incidents from July 2022 to January 7, 2023.


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