PNP Denies Ownership with the Toyota Van that was Spotted Using Police Logo
The Philippine National Police (PNP) has denied that they owned the Toyota van that was recently spotted using police logo.
The PNP just released a statement denying ownership of the luxury Toyota Alphard that was seen driving through Manila earlier this week. In the image posted to the VISOR page and other social media sites, the word “Police” and the PNP logo are attached to the truck.
The NCRPO itself stated that they do not possess the claimed car because the aforementioned photo was purportedly shot in Makati City. NCRPO claims they don’t have a police vehicle with the specific make and model on the road.
“Considering the presumption that the place is in Ayala Center, Makati City, we confirm that we have no issued police vehicle with car type and model such as this in NCRPO,” according to the statement of NCRPO.
“We will not let anyone disobey the law for personal and temporal intentions once proven to have transgressed it. Likewise, we urge the general public to immediately report to the authorities any encounter or information pertaining to this incident for appropriate action,” they said.
Even the PCADG said they did not possess the aforementioned car. The PNP reaffirmed that it is illegal to display the PNP logo and insignia of its various branches on private or individual vehicles.
The PNP has since posted a warning on social media stating that they are looking for the owner of the Toyota Alphard as a result. The authorities are currently looking for the mentioned vehicle in order to exact the proper punishment.
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