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Teenage boys rob, slay Taguig trader

- Nikko Dizon -
A businesswoman was stabbed dead allegedly by three unidentified teenage boys and robbed of an estimated P80,000 cash Thursday night in Taguig, the police said.

Police identified the victim as Rosemarie Sarsia, 39, of Alaska Street, Barangay Signal Village, Taguig.

Sarsia suffered seven stab wounds in the chest and abdomen. She was taken to the Rizal Medical Center but was declared dead on arrival by physicians.

Investigation showed that a female neighbor heard a commotion inside Sarsia’s house. The neighbor said she saw three unidentified young men attacking Sarsia. One of the assailants stabbed the victim, the witness said.

The assailants managed to flee before the neighbor’s husband reached the crime scene, police added.

Responding policemen found Sarsia bleeding in her bedroom; and a cabinet, where the money could have been kept, destroyed.

Investigators also recovered a bloody kitchen knife in the victim’s house.

Meanwhile, a15-year-old girl was reportedly abducted by her spurned older suitor Thursday morning in Parañaque City.

Police identified the victim as Leandra Hemor of Villonco Road, BF Homes, Parañaque. Case investigator PO2 Anthony Alising said that Hemor’s suitor, Augusto Pera Jr., 27, of Anabu 1C, Imus, Cavite snatched the girl at around 11 a.m. along Villonco Street.

The victim was on board a tricycle with her aunt, Salvenia Morallos, 37, and younger sister when the suspect blocked their way with his jeep (VAC 642), about 500 meters from their house.

Alising said Pera has been courting the teenager for over a year.

ALASKA STREET

ANTHONY ALISING

AUGUSTO PERA JR.

BARANGAY SIGNAL VILLAGE

LEANDRA HEMOR OF VILLONCO ROAD

RIZAL MEDICAL CENTER

ROSEMARIE SARSIA

SALVENIA MORALLOS

SARSIA

TAGUIG

VILLONCO STREET

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