PNP Chief Presents Suspects In Kidnapping Of Trader In CamSur. One Of The Suspect Arrested Is A Barangay Chairman

Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa presented on Monday five of the suspects in the kidnapping of businessman Francis Leo Sta. Maria Maulion in Camarines Sur.  

Among the evidence also presented were the P1.2 million ransom and firearms.
One of the suspects arrested was a barangay chairman.
Police are on a manhunt for the other suspects.
Dela Rosa said Maulion was kidnapped inside his farm on November 23, 2016.
He said Maulion was freed after operations were conducted by the PNP Anti-Kidnapping Group and PNP Region 5 in several locations in Camarines Sur and Albay provinces.
Some of the suspects were arrested in an encounter at the Banga Caves in Ragay, Camarines Sur during the ransom payoff on March 6, 2017.
Dela Rosa said they withheld the information on the case to prevent jeopardizing follow-up operations against the remaining members of the kidnapping syndicate.
The victim said the kidnappers threatened to behead him or cut his fingers and send these to his family.
He was held beside the house of the barangay chairman.
However, the barangay chairman denied the allegations saying he did not know Maulion was a kidnapped victim.

"Wala po talaga sir," he said when Dela Rosa talked to him.

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