[Blueboard] SECURITY BULLETIN - Thursday, 24 May 2007

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SECURITY BULLETIN

Thursday, 24 May 2007

 

"BUKAS KOTSE" SUSPECT

 

A car parked at the North Carpark was broken into by a "Bukas Kotse" team of two men at 4:15 p.m. last Wednesday, 16 May 2007.  One of the suspects was seen by the guard alighting from a black Nissan sedan ZEP 922 and breaking the window of a parked car.  After taking a green bag, the suspects drove towards Gate 3.5.

 

After the alert was sounded a roving guard chased the suspects' car.  A PNP Mobile patrol that just entered Gate 3 to check on Bantay Bilang also joined the chase.  The suspects almost hit the guard who was stopping them at Gate 3.5.  Unfortunately the roving guard lost the car at the CP Garcia U-turn.  The PNP Mobile chased another car, and not the suspects' car.   

 

The Quirino Police Station (PS-9) investigators traced the vehicle to a rent-a-car company and learned that the car was rented on the day the break-in occurred on campus.  They were also able to identify the person who rented the vehicle, whose pictures and driver's license is shown below:

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CEFERINO BUYO BAYHON

27 years old, resident of 81L22 Summer Green II, Cainta, Rizal



Click here to view picture http://www.ateneo.edu/upp/bulletin/sb240507/sb240507.php

Ateneo LSIA guards positively identifying suspect as the driver of the getaway vehicle.

 

The suspect, CEFERINO BUYO BAYHON voluntarily surrendered to Precinct 9 yesterday but the witnesses were not available.  He again presented himself this morning at Precinct 9 and was positively identified by Ateneo guards as the driver of the black Nissan getaway car.  He is currently detained at PS-9 for investigation.

Click here to view picture http://www.ateneo.edu/upp/bulletin/sb240507/sb240507.php
 

CEFERINO BUYO BAYHON is shown talking with his mother and cousin at PS-9.

 

For the information of the community, there have been eight cases of car break-ins in the Loyola Heights campus since December 2006.  Campus security also learned that the UP Diliman campus Special Police has had twenty cases this year alone.  The same modus operandi used in UP Diliman was also used here. 

 

The community is advised to keep valuables in car trunks rather than the back seat or under the seats.  

 

 

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