POGO Kidnapping Suspects Arrested After Scolded in No-Parking Zone

Kidnapping of POGO Worker Failed After Suspects Parked at No-Parking Zone

A kidnapping attempt against a Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGO) worker failed after the suspects were scolded at the no-parking zone.

A Chinese man was freed after he was allegedly kidnapped by two other Chinese and two Filipinos. This occurred after the victim requested assistance after the vehicle used in the incident was parked in a no-parking zone of a Pasay City institution.

Kidnapping No-Parking Zone

According to a GMA News report, the authorities said the victim, who is a POGO employee, met with the suspects in Tandang Sora, Quezon City to be brought to the offered POGO job as well. However, the suspects allegedly held a revolver at the victim and demanded P300,000 while on the trip.

“While on transit, according to the victim, at gunpoint, he was asked for P300,000 to release him. They passed by a large establishment here in Pasay and parked for a while,” according to Police Colonel Froilan Uy, Pasay Police chief.

However, the security guard noticed them and approached them because the area where they had parked did not have a parking zone. As the security guard approached, the victim managed to climb out of the car, screaming for help, according to Uy.

According to reports, the suspects attempted to flee but were apprehended by the police. The suspect’s vehicle included three sets of license plates, ties, a.45 caliber gun, flip flops, and ammunition.

The suspect, a Chinese national, disputed the claim that they were kidnappers. He came here for business, according to Hong Tianfu, and has his own company.

“I come here for business, I have my own company. How can I kidnap one guy and three hundred thousand? I don’t know what happened to him,” Tianfu said.

The two arrested Filipinos, described as Army reservists Dominador Domingo and Noe Domo, denied any involvement in the claimed kidnapping attempt. They don’t grasp what’s going on, according to Domo, because they’re speaking Chinese.

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