[Blueboard] SECURITY BULLETIN - Thursday, 18 June 2009
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Thu Jun 18 10:31:57 PHT 2009
(Thursday, 18 June 2009)
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JERALD ORILLO MARTINEZ
27 year old resident of 187 Kawayanan St., Better Living, Paranague City
JERALD ORILLO MARTINEZ was apprehended by SG LEVY D LOMBOY at 1:30 p.m.
yesterday 17 June when he was about to board a tricycle. Found in his
possession was a coed's bag containing a laptop, cell phone and other
The thief was first noticed by undercover Senior Lady Guard (SLG) MARIVIC D
PERDIGON with three accomplices suspiciously roaming inside the AMPC College
Cafeteria. She saw the group surround a table before getting a bag left by
a coed to get food. The group then broke up and left the cafeteria
separately in different directions. SLG Perdigon followed the thief
carrying the coed's bag who was heading to the tricycle terminal. SLG
Perdigon asked SG Lomboy (Gonzaga carpark guard) to apprehend the thief.
Left: Picture taken by SLG MARIVIC D PERDIGON with her cell phone. The
thief (1) is shown with a female member (2) and another male accomplice (3).
The 4th collaborator is not in the picture.
Right: Items stolen from the coed that were recovered and returned include
a laptop, cell phone, calculator, wallet with cash, and other personal
The thief had no ID and was with a female and three male accomplices. The
gang entered the campus in a taxi. The ID requirement will be implemented
in the Loyola Schools complex after new IDs are distributed.
The coed initially wanted to file charges but changed her mind at Precinct
9. The suspect has been released. The community is reminded to be vigilant
and careful of their personal belongings. Please do not leave valuables
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