Robbery hold-up suspects Gerald B. Canong and Mark Annjoe M. Medina at the police station after their mug shots were taken. (Photo courtesy of PRO MIMAROPA)
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The city police on Friday nabbed two robbery hold-up suspects who reportedly took away P33,600 from a farmer in Barangay Isaub, Aborlan.

The suspects were identified in a spot report sent by Police Regional Office (PRO) MIMAROPA spokesperson P/Col. Socrates Faltado as Mark Annjoe M. Medina, 21, and Gerald B. Canong, 30, both residents of Sitio Bucana, Brgy. Matahimik, Puerto Princesa, City.

Their robbery hold-up victim was identified as farmer Richard T. Gabrillo of Isaub, Aborlan.

The police report indicated that about 2:45 p.m. on August 16, the suspects robbed Gabrillo of his money while he was in his parked multicab along the national highway in Isaub.

Medina and Canong allegedly poked a knife at him to force him to give his wallet containing the P33,600.

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They then fled to Puerto Princesa where they were later arrested by personnel of the City Mobile Force Company.

A sachet of marijuana was also found in the motorcycle they used as getaway vehicle, the spot report said.

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