A female victim of a holdup died after a gunman shot her in Bacolod City.
In a report on “Unang Balita” on Thursday, it was said that Angelica Motalbo was just in her parked car with her live-in partner when a holdupper suddenly entered.
Based on the initial investigation by the authorities, the suspect pointed the gun at the couple and ordered them to drive the vehicle.
When they arrived on the circumferential road of the city, the suspect shot Motalbo.
Her partner is said to be safe.
The suspect stole the victims’ money, gadgets, and other belongings
Police are investigating the identity of the holdupper.
Meanwhile, a well-known asset of the National Bureau of Investigation in Bacolod city was allegedly killed after he was shot by unknown assailants.
In a report on “Unang Balita” on Thursday, police said Jerome Cientos was standing in front of a sari-sari store when an SUV arrived and its occupants shot at the victim.
The suspects allegedly wore bonnets and fled immediately after the shooting.
Bacolod police are already investigating the incident.
Over 200 sea turtles released into the sea in Cavite
More than 200 sea turtles were released into the sea in Naic, Cavite Wednesday.
The Philippine Coast Guard-Cavite led the release of sea turtles in Naic, Cavite.
About 203 sea turtles were released offshore in Barangay Labac.
Pawikan or sea turtles were among animals considered endangered species, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
According to Lt. Michael John Encina, Commander of the Philippine Coast Guard Cavite, nature should not be neglected even during pandemics.
The turtles came from a hatchery that has been raising eggs since December.
Naic turtle ranger caught turtle eggs in Barangay Bancaan.
The PCG assisted the Naic local government, barangay officials, and the Philippine Army in the activity.
This is the first time the activity has been held in Cavite and the agency intends to continue the project.