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Inside job eyed in school heist

Reinir Padua - Pang-masa

MANILA, Philippines - Investigators are eyeing the possible involvement of a female cashier staff in the robbery at the Mary the Queen College in Quezon City on Monday. 

Superintendent Segundo Lagundi Jr., commander of the Quezon City Police District Station 6, said the woman appeared to have led one of three robbers into the cashier’s booth, based on surveillance footage of the incident.

He also noted that the armed robber was neither bothered nor agitated when the woman touched his shoulder.

The woman denied the supposed conspiracy and police are set to conduct polygraph tests on her, Lagundi said.

The two robbers managed to take away P500,000. Lagundi earlier observed that the two – the third robber stayed at the school gate – seemed aware of the amount at the cashier as they reportedly went straight there upon entering the campus at around 11:30 a.m. on Monday.         

CASHIER

CITY

LAGUNDI

MARY THE QUEEN COLLEGE

POLICE

QUEZON CITY

QUEZON CITY POLICE DISTRICT STATION

SUPERINTENDENT SEGUNDO LAGUNDI JR.

WOMAN

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