CEBU, Philippines — Four days after the killing of Police Captain Delfin Bontuyan, the police are as yet sitting tight for any order from their bosses if there would be a need to frame a Special Investigation Task Group to help comprehend the case.
Mabolo Police Station Chief Dindo Juanito Alaras revealed to The FREEMAN that they have not yet gotten any order from Cebu City Police Office (CCPO).
"Wala dad mi nadawat nga order na angay na ni buhaton og SITG, apan padayon atong paglihok aron masulbad ni ang kaso," Alaras said.
To review, Bontuyan was shot dead at the North Reclamation Area by obscure aggressors who were ready two cruisers.
Bontuyan was a previous individual from the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-7, and was reassigned in Jolo, Sulu over his supposed inclusion to unlawful medications.
Alaras guaranteed, in any case, that they are doing their best to explore the case.
Police Master Sergeant Antonio Din, who is exploring the case, that they have submitted to the PNP Crime Laboratory the SD cards of the dash cameras from the two taxicabs that were in the wrongdoing scene, void shells of .45 bore gun, and Bontuyan's cellphone.
"After nato makuha ang results, diha dad ta makakuha sa advance gyud ani nga case. Sa pagkakaron padayon ang pagpa-check nato sa mga duol na foundations para sa CCTV," Din said.
Commotion included that the aggressors are expert assassins on the grounds that despite the fact that Bontuyan is "well-prepared" in firearm throwing, he was still slaughtered.
He likewise addressed netizens' allegation that the Mabolo police neglected to react quickly to the wrongdoing scene, regardless of whether the shooting episode happened only a couple of meters from their station.
He said that they quickly went to the wrongdoing scene and that there were even groups who pursued the cruisers of the attackers yet neglected to catch the executioners.
He said the attackers went separate ways as a trap – one proceeded to Pope John Paul Avenue and the other went to the bearing of Mandaue City.