DAVAO CITY — A total of P36,534 was stolen in two separate hold-up incidents involving a riding-in-tandem here, Monday.
Rizal Gaviola, 39 years old, a salesman said that he was heading to a store along Bajada when an unidentified man who was in his early 30s pointed a .45 Caliber at his face.
Rizal said that the man demanded him to surrender his sling and belt bag containing P30,000.
The suspect and driver companion took off on a XRM 125 black and white motorcycle after the incident.
Another salesman, Mike Sinogaya, 31-year old and resident of Nograles Avenue, Bucana, Davao City was about to deliver drinks at a nearby bakeshop when he was followed by an unidentified man.
The man pointed a gun believed to be a .45 caliber pistol asking for the victim’s money.
After robbing the victim of a total of P6,534, the suspect boarded a white and black XRM motorcycle with his driver companion.
Sinogaya proceeded to the San Pedro police station to seek police assistance for possible apprehension of the suspects. (davaotoday.com)