P1M bounty for wife of slain racer Enzo Pastor, alleged lover
The family of slain car racing champion Ferdinand “Enzo” Pastor has offered a P1-million reward to informants who could provide leads on the arrest of Pastor’s wife Dahlia Guerrero and her alleged lover Domingo “Sandy” de Guzman.
Pastor’s father Tom announced the bounty for Guerrero and De Guzman in a press conference on Friday at Hotel Rembrandt, Quezon City.
De Guzman and Guerrero are facing murder charges with no bail recommended for their alleged involvement in the June 12 killing of Pastor.
The older Pastor also urged the informants to contact him at 09285044931.
He also gave the contact details of the National Capital Region – Criminal Investigation and Detection Group Superintendent Danilo Macerin and Quezon City Police District Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit’s Police Senior Inspector Rodel Marcelo.
Macerin and Marcelo could be reached through contact numbers 09178420992 and 09185315178.
The Interpol, of which the Philippine National Police is a member, recently issued a “red notice” for Dahlia after reports came out that the widow has fled the country after the incident.
A red notice is an international warrant against a fugitive of the law based on a request submitted to Interpol by a member country.
Meanwhile, Pastor said De Guzman is still in the country.
The 32-year-old car racing champion was shot by a motorcycle-riding man, a Pasay policeman allegedly hired by De Guzman, while traveling along Congressional Avenue in Quezon City. Julliane Love de Jesus, INQUIRER.net