Thursday, May 13, 2010

Thieves steal from thieves... What?

 Well after all, there is no honor amongst thieves... LMAO!


5 armed men hijack postal van in QC

By Nancy C. Carvajal
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 23:16:00 05/13/2010

Filed Under: Police, Hijacking (General), Crime
A GOVERNMENT VAN CARRYING LETTERS AND packages was hijacked by armed men on C-5 Road in Libis, Quezon City, on Wednesday morning, the police said Thursday.
SPO3 Gerry Abad of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit of the Quezon City Police District said two Philippine Postal (Philpost) Corp. employees who were in the van during the hijacking would undergo a lie detector test.
They were identified as Alejandro Alejandro Jr., 48; and Reynaldo Valenzona, 52.
“We want to determine if they are involved or if they have knowledge of the contents of the stolen mail and parcels,” Abad said.
The Philpost workers told the police that the van contained ordinary and international registered letters, express mail and packages from both here and abroad.
They added that they had just come from the main office on their way to a Philpost branch in Quezon City when a black Nissan car (plate number URS 888) blocked their path at around 6:45 a.m. on C-5 Road.
Three armed men alighted from the vehicle, forced them out of the van and made them board the car where two of their cohorts were waiting.
The armed men then drove off with the van toward Makati, with the Nissan following closely behind. The Philpost employees said they were made to get off near Gil Puyat Avenue corner Edsa in Makati City.

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