TAGBILARAN CITY—Investigators are wanting into the likelihood that Supt. Ma. Cristina Nobleza could have a colleague who’s working along with her to rescue the remaining Abu Sayyaf bandits trapped in the city of Clarin, Bohol province.
A source mentioned the police had been capable of recuperate a textual content message that reportedly gave Nobleza a go-signal to proceed to Clarin, about 41 kilometers from right here, on Saturday when the Abu Sayyaf bandits had been being pursued by authorities forces.
The involvement of one other police official is among the prospects, mentioned the source who requested to not be recognized.
The rescue plan turned problematic, as members of the Philippine Army had put up a number of checkpoints in Barangay Bacani, the positioning of the hearth struggle in Clarin, as a result of the village had been locked down to stop the remaining Abu Sayyaf from escaping.
Nobleza was in a black Nissan Navara pickup that didn’t cease on the checkpoint, forcing the troopers to chase and block the automobile, which was pushed by Renierlo Dongon.
Dongon and Nobleza, together with an aged lady and a teenage boy who had been additionally in the pickup, had been taken to the Clarin police station.
Recovered from the pickup had been bottles of vitality drink, canned items, diving gear, goggles, biscuits, male underwear, T-shirts, shorts for males and medical kits.
On Sunday, the 4 had been taken to Tagbilaran City from Clarin.
Nobleza and Dongon had been detained on the Bohol District Jail (BDJ) in Barangay Cabawan in Tagbilaran City, whereas the aged lady and had been taken to the Department of Social Welfare and Development.
At BDJ, Nobleza was stressed and couldn’t sleep, one other source mentioned.
The two can be taken to Camp Crame in Quezon City anytime to face Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa. —WITH A REPORT FROM BENJIE TALISIC
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