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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Hijacked container found in Chinoy trader’s compound

By Marna H. Dagumboy

CAMP OLIVAS -- Operatives of the 3rd Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit (Cidu) 3 have recovered a van containing imported garments worth millions of pesos — reportedly hijacked a month ago in Barangay San Agustin, San Simon this province.

Senior Superintendent Zoilo Lachica Jr., Cidu 3IDU regional chief, said the 40-footer van with license plate (PUK-591) was found inside the residential compound of businessman Huassing Go of Barangay Capihan, San Rafael, Bulacan.

Lachica said Cidu agents led by Chief Inspector Rodel Pastor of the Special Action Team (SAT) raided Go’s compound armed with a search warrant issued by Judge Blas Causapin of Guimba, Nueva Ecija Regional Trial Court (RTC).

The raiding team, Lachica said, found the container van emptied of its contents.
He said the van was owned by Limech Garments Manufacturing Corporation with postal address at 38 Golden Future St., Lot 65A, Subic Bay Industrial Park, Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

The container van was stolen last June 17 at gunpoint along the North Luzon Expressway (Nlex) road in the area.

Initial investigation by Lachica disclosed that the truck driver and helper were allegedly members of the gang that hijacked the said van, are still missing. He however said robbery charges had been filed in court against them.


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