On a CCTV footage acquired and exclusively shown on 24 Oras, it was found out that around 9:52 PM on Sunday June 28, the gray Mitsubishi G4 of 34-year old Robyn Jang Lucero stopped in front of a fastfood store in Calamba and picked up three persons passengers who boarded her car.
It was believed that they were the persons that Lucero chatted on Facebook Messenger who she later picked up in Laguna to drive them back to Metro Manila.
Two men boarded the back of the car while the third person, a female seated at the passenger seat near the driver.
As soon as the car of Lucero left, a second blue car tailed them based on the CCTV footage.
Before Lucero arrived in the place, the blue car was caught by the CCTV at 9:45 PM and captured the three passengers alighting from the vehicle few meters away from the parking lot of the fastfood store.
“Mahalaga ang CCTV na ito dahil makikita natin dito ang pangyayare bago napaslang ang babae na namatay dito sa Calamba,” said P/Col Serafin Petalio, Provincial Director, Laguna PPO.
Based on a lead obtained by investigators from one of the persons of interest told police that a certain ‘Althea’ was the one who planned the killing that evening.
“Hinawakan yung kaniyang (Lucero) isang kamay, kung kaya’t may bali ang kanang kamay,” P/LtCol. Gene Licud, chief Calamba police.
“Maaaring habang hawak yung kaniyang kanang kamay ay sinasaksak naman siya dun sa kaniyang harapan. Maraming tama sa gilid na maaaring yung nandun sa kaniyang kanan o katabi ng driver’s seat ay tumira din,” added Licud.
Based on police’s official report, Lucero sustained a total of 52 stab wounds that resulted to her death.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) urged the suspects to surrender peacefully before their exact identities and location are found.
“Doon naman sa mga tao na sa tingin nila ay least participants lang kayo, lalong-lalo na dun sa sumunod lang sa sasakyan, I am giving you a chance to surrender peacefully. Huwag niyong hintayin na makuha namin ang exact names ninyo pati ang inyong location,” said P/BGen. Vic Danao, Regional Director, Pro4A.
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