Dead Body of an Alleged Holdupper Thrown on Ermita Caught on Camera
The dead body of a man was thrown by unknown suspects riding a white van on a road in Ermita, Manila caught on CCTV on Tuesday.
A closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage caught the body of a man being left in the street of Brgy. 692 of the perpetrators aboard an L300 white van without a license plate and parked at Leon Guinto corner Quirino Ave.
CCTV shows the door to the back of the van opened where a black man with a suspicious man came down as if unconscious. It turned out to be the body of an unknown man, according to the MPD homicide section.
When the man got on, the car pulled away from the corpse, with an electric wire around his neck and a sign saying “Huwag tularan, basag kotse at holdaper ako— susunod na kayo!!”
According to Police Capt. Henry Navarro, chief of the MPD Homicide Section, the corpse was also shot. Four fired cartridges and three deformed slugs of unspecified caliber were recovered at the crime scene.
The man, who was 35 to 40 years old, 5 feet tall, and was wearing a red t-shirt and white shorts, has not been identified yet. Police are also gathering information to identify the murder suspects.
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