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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Subic lawmen recover cyclone wire

Subic Bay Freeport Operatives of the SBMA Law Enforcement Department (SBMA-LED) follow-up section recovered two spans of cyclone wire in Bgy. Kalalake, Wednesday afternoon.

Retired General Orlando Maddela Jr., SBMA-LED chief, said the team led by Major Leo bating recovered the cyclone wire measuring 20-feet and seven pieces taken by seven unidentified culprits.

The cyclone wire was sold to Rico Canubals, of 147 Murphy St., Bgy. Kalalake in Olongapo City by a certain Macky and Ingoy, both minors.

Report added that the stolen cyclone wire was attached to the Kalalake perimeter fence of SBMA.

During follow up operation another Alyas Boy Negro was apprehended and revealed to the investigator his cohort in stealing the said cyclone wire.

The suspect was under the custody of the Olongapo City Assistance Rehabilitate and Empowerment for safe keeping.

The LED still conducting follow up operations to apprehend more suspect involved in the said illegal activities.

By. Mamer BaƱez

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