Policemen are better shooters than criminals.
By: Central Luzon News Center | Nelson Bolos

This came as 2 unidentified “motornappers” were killed in an armed encounter with the police while fleeing with a stolen motorcycle at Barangay Binauganan around 3:30 in the morning yesterday.

This was disclosed by PSupt Luis Ventura Jr the newly assigned head of the Tarlac Police Provincial Office (TPPO) Intelligence Branch.

In his report to TPPO Director PSSupt Ritchie Medardo Posadas, Ventura said the 2 motornappers were chased by his police intelligence personnel after receiving report that a Honda RS 125 color Black and Gray was stolen at Barangay Paraiso.

“Hinabol sila mula Mac Arthur Highway pero nang abutan sila sa by-pass road (Brgy Binauganan) pinutukan nila ang ating mga operatiba. Doon sila nagkamali, dahil mas sanay bumaril ang ating mga pulis”, said Ventura.

This city was recently plague by several reports of motornapping which a police source say were committed “most probably by drug addicts and pushers”.

As of this writing, the 2 remained unidentified and their bodies were brought at the Lotus Memorial Homes here.

One of the slain motornappers was described as “male, around 5’6” in height, medium built, around 25 to 28 years old and wearing white shirt and denim short pants, and has black bonnet”.

While the other is “around 30 to 35 years, more or less, 5’ 2”, in black shirt and maong short pants”.
An unmarked .38 caliber pistol with 3 live bullets and 2 spent shells and a homemade .22 caliber revolver with 6 spent shells and 1 live ammo were recovered at the crime scene by the Tarlac Police Crime Laboratory office SOCO.

Three plastic sachets of shabu were also found from the pocket of one of the slain motornappers.

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