Man Arrested in Quezon City After Being Caught Wearing Stolen Clothes

Police Authorities Arrest Man Wearing Stolen Clothes in Quezon City

A man was apprehended in Quezon City after allegedly being caught wearing stolen clothing items.

In addition to stealing money, the perpetrator also took off with laundry from a house in Barangay Bahay Toro. The audacity of the suspect was further highlighted when the victim encountered him the next day wearing one of the stolen garments.

According to Police Lieutenant Colonel Richard Mepania, head of the Project 6 Police Station, the victim became aware of the theft when they noticed that some of their clothes were missing from the clothesline.


To investigate further, they reviewed the CCTV footage, which revealed a thief scaling the perimeter fence of their property. The audacity of the crime became evident when the victim encountered the suspect the following day, wearing one of the stolen items.

The suspect, identified as 24-year-old Anjo Eusebio, was subsequently arrested. The authorities were able to recover stolen items, including a t-shirt, a string bag, two hats, and loose change amounting to P400.

However, several items remain unaccounted for, including three t-shirts, two pairs of shoes, a helmet, and P2,000 in cash.

According to the police, Anjo Eusebio had a prior record and had previously been incarcerated in Cavite for a drug-related offense. The suspect admitted to his involvement in the recent crime.


This incident serves as a reminder for residents to be vigilant and take necessary precautions to safeguard their homes and belongings. While security systems and surveillance cameras can provide some level of protection, it is equally important for neighbors to be watchful and report any suspicious activities to the authorities promptly.

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