Thieves take P.4-M gold, cash, phones, gun in Itogon heist

>> Saturday, December 24, 2016

ITOGON, Benguet – Gold nuggets worth P145,000, cash of P154,000 and personal items like cellphones and tablets valued at P100,000 and a shotgun were forcibly taken from a gold-buying station here Tuesday by three men.
Police said the incident happened at Riverside Virac on complaint of Michael Naboje Binwag, 26, in charge of gold processing ball mill, and Joyce Pasyalen Dopyao, 21, gold buyer, both residents of said place. 
Investigation disclosed around 2 a.m. that day, Binwag awoke when a man knocked on his door saying he wanted to sell gold.
Binwag then accompanied said person to the house of Dopyao and left them with two other companions of the suspect.
Later, two of the suspects followed Binwag at the gold processing room and suddenly choked and tied him with masking tape, while the other suspect declared a hold-up against Dopyao also tying her with masking tape.
Asside from the 108 grams of gold and cash, the thieves also took an      1 I-Phone model 5s owned by Dopyao worth P9,000 and  Samsung key pad  owned by certain Annie Dopyao worth P1,000.
Thieves also took a Cherry mobile phon owned by certain Limuel Dopyao worth P3,000, Star mobile owned by a certain Jerick Binwag worth P2,000, Samsung tablet owned by Kimuel Dopyao worth P14,000 and a shotgun placed inside the cabinet of Elvis Dopyao.

Itogon police found fingerprints of two persons in the area.


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