MANILA (MDN National News digital, July 12) - Manila Mayor Isko Moreno warned the five suspects involve in a broad daylight robbery in Binondo, Manila to surrender if they still love themselves.
Moreno issued his stern warnings against the five robbers as he also reiterated his government's P1 Million offer to whoever could give vital information leading to the arrest the Binondo bank heist suspects.
“Ang payo ko tumigil na kayo sa criminal activities. [Kung] hindi niyo pakinggan ang payo ko, wag niyo namang gawin sa Maynila.. Dahil kahit sa kasulok-sulukan ng mundong ito, hahanapin namin kayo,” the Manila mayor said.
He said they should now stop their criminal activities while they still have time to do so. "“Panawagan ko, kayong lima, sumuko na kayo. Kung mahal ninyo ang inyong mga sarili, sumuko na kayo. Yo’n lang naman," Moreno added, saying that soon they will be captured and pay for all their evil acts.
PERSONS OF INTEREST
Meanwhile, in a press briefing with Police Brig. Gen. Vicente Danao, chief of the Manila Police District, he said there are now five persons of interest but they cannot divulge their names yet as investigations are still going on.
Danao said even the bank's security guards are not "off the hook" yet as the recent broad daylight robbery may have been an inside job.
He said there were lapses on the bank's security which also helped in the successful staging of robbery despite that the bank is located on a place where there were lots of people.
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