P1-M reward up for engineer’s killers
Ed Amoroso (The Philippine Star) - December 7, 2015 - 9:00am

LAGUNA, Philippines – The family of an engineer, whose body was found in Los Baños City in August, yesterday offered a P1-million reward for any information leading to the arrest of her killers.

Arthur Natividad, brother of the victim Imelda, said their family was hoping the reward could help solve the killing of her sister.

Natividad said they are satisfied with the way the police is handling his sister’s case.

City police chief Superintendent Romeo Desiderio said his men are doing their best to solve Imelda’s murder.

Desiderio said the killing could be job-related or due to a personal grudge.

Imelda, 45, project manager of Shelter System Development Corp., was found in her Toyota Vios (ZFE-315) parked along PCCARD road in Barangay Timugan on Aug. 29.

She was found hogtied in the back seat with a gunshot wound in the head.        

 

ARTHUR NATIVIDAD ATILDE BARANGAY TIMUGAN DESIDERIO IMELDA LOS BA NATIVIDAD NBSP SHELTER SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SUPERINTENDENT ROMEO DESIDERIO TOYOTA VIOS
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