6 Toilet Flush Valve at NAIA’s Comfort Room Allegedly Stolen by Unidentified Thieves

TOILET FLUSH – Unidentified thieves reportedly stole about six toilet flush at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Nowadays, 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 cameras 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.

The personnel and employees of Ninoy Aquino International Airport found the six imported toilet flush valves inside the female’s comfort room in Terminal 1 missing. The items have been reportedly stolen by unidentified suspects.

Each flush valve is amounting P5, 000, according to the reports. The stolen flush valves have been already replaced and the toilets have been repaired after the incident. However, the Manila International Airport Authority will still investigate the incident.

MIAA still wanted to identify the suspects and how did they perform the act of robbery. There are no CCTV cameras installed in the area wherein the incident happened.

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