Akyat Bahay Caught on CCTV Invading Patricia Tumulak’s House

CCTV Caught Akyat Bahay Suspect Invading Patricia Tumulak’s House

AKYAT BAHAY – The CCTV footage caught an “Akyat Bahay” suspect invading the home of Kapuso host Patricia Tumulak.

Throughout the decades, robbery has been one of the major problems not only in the Philippines but also in various regions all around the world. Some criminals have no choice but to commit crimes due to lack of job opportunities.

The Philippine government is implementing stricter policy but the crimes continue to exist behind the knowledge of the authorities. The rate of criminality continue to increase despite the stricter rules and regulations.

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Installing CCTV camera at home or business establishments can be a great help to prevent crimes or identify the suspects. Criminals will be subject to corresponding sanctions and penalties depending on their violation.

In the video, it can be seen that a male suspect is running towards the celebrity’s house in Quezon City and break into the vicinity. The culprit entered the gym and opened the door heading to the garden. The thief heads to the workshop and immediately leave the building.

The television host expressed her concern regarding the incident. She worries about the safety of her parents inside the house and fearing that the suspect will return together with its friends.

Tumulak said that nothing has been stolen from their home. She immediately reported the incident to the homeowner’s association for necessary action. The host also impose security measures and installed additional fence.

“Ah hirap kami matulog sa bahay pero grateful kami sa awa ng Diyos walang nangyaring masama sa amin yun yung pinakaimportante,” Tumulak said.

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