Police hunt ‘fiancée’ after US Embassy official’s apartment burgled


Robbers Steal Valuables of US Embassy Exec’s Apt. in Ermita, Manila – www.philippineslifestyle.com

The apartment of an official of the US Embassy in Ermita, Manila was burgled this week.

Authorities say thieves took valuables from the apartment of 51-year-old Robert Calvin Davis, deputy chief of the Anti-Terrorism Program at the embassy.


Mr Davis lives in Rosarias Apartments, Adriatico Street in Ermita. Among the items taken was a silver HP Envy Laptop touchscreen, a high-end cellphone and a silver necklace.

An investigation into the matter called for by the Regional Security Officer/Investigator of the US Embassy who reported the incident and asked for a full investigation on the robbery.

Police say the victim’s apartment door was forcibly opened. Mr Davis claims a woman that was with him in his room, who he described as his fiancée.


The guard saw Mr Davis’s fiancée carrying a black bag which he inspected and found only clothing.

Mr Davis was in the apartment again on October 6 and left on the seventh – he returned later that afternoon and discovered the items missing. 

Police questioned everyone involved but were unable to locate his fiancée. She is now wanted for questioning by police.

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