A unidentified foreigner has been found near the Picnic Grounds in Clark Freeport Zone at around midnight Friday.
Angeles City police said they have yet to establish the identity of the foreigner who appears to be approximately 55 years old, sporting a beard and mustache and wearing glasses. At the time of the discovery the man was wearing a red shirt, brown leather shoes and light brown short pants.
A pair of workers in the Freeport Zone were out purchasing snacks at a convenience store at 12:15 a.m. when they noticed a gray Toyota Corolla parked in a dimly-lit portion of the road with its engine running. The car has a license plate number of TGF650.
Upon further inspection, the men noted a green garden hose attached to the exhaust pipe of the vehicle, with the other end inside the back window.
So far a “so-called” initial investigation conducted by Scene of Crime Operatives, shows that the foreigner died of carbon monoxide poisoning – police however are trying to determine if the foreigner committed suicide or if foul-play was involved.
Anyone with any information of a missing individual are asked to report to Senior Supt. Eden Ugale, Angeles City Police Department.