Robbers using SUV strike in Mandaluyong

By: - Reporter / @jovicyeeINQ
/ 05:06 AM November 29, 2014

Two call center agents were robbed of more than P100,000 worth of cash and valuables by three men who wielded kitchen knives and fled in a sport utility vehicle early Friday morning in Mandaluyong City, police said.

According to the victims, Mary Ann Bayani of Barangay Addition Hills and Jobert James of Plainview, both in Mandaluyong, the robbers got out of a silver Toyota Fortuner (AAP-6898) and held them at knifepoint while the two of them were walking on San Rafael Extension in Plainview around 4 a.m.


SPO1 Albert Fontanilla said the robbers, as described by the victims, were of heavy build and appeared to be high on drugs.

They were last seen fleeing toward Boni Avenue. Bayani and James reported the loss of their bags which contained a laptop, smart phones and cash, with the former also losing her watch, earrings and necklace.


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