CEBU CITY, Philippines—The families asserting the scorched bodies found in Tuburan town last Tuesday, May 28, 2019, should hang tight for the DNA results before they can bring the bodies home.
This was the profession of Lieutenant Colonel Carlos Lacquesta, Jr., the vice president for organization of the Cebu Provincial Police Office (CPPO), as the groups of the two exploited people who were scorched to death looked to guarantee their bodies on Wednesday, May 29, 2019.
Lacquesta said the families who came to guarantee the bodies emphatically distinguished the unfortunate casualties as Nicko Baricar of Barangay Mambaling and John Paul Galon of Barangay Kalunasan in Cebu City.
Both were companions from Cebu City and were lost for in any event seven days before their scorched bodies were found in Tuburan, which is around 88 kilometers north of Cebu City.
Notwithstanding emphatically recognizing the unfortunate casualties through Baricar's ring and Galon's garments, the groups of the exploited people still can't bring home the bodies until the DNA test outcomes are out.
Lacquesta said that since the burned bodies have been distorted, the main positive distinguishing proof can be set up with the DNA testing.
"Taking into account that the bodies were scorched as of now, it is prudent to the families to give a DNA test and trust that the outcomes will set up appropriate recognizable proof," said Lacquesta.
The consequences of the DNA test may take up to about a month since this will be done in the national wrongdoing lab in Camp Krame in Manila.
Just with the outcomes can the bodies be come back to the families to keep away from any potential slip-ups in the distinguishing proof.
In a prior explanation, CPPO as of now said that they will discharge the aftereffects of the examination led on Tuesday, May 28, simply after the positive ID of the bodies.
The police are as of now investigating individual resentment as one of the primary thought processes in the murdering of Baricar and Galon.
The mother of Baricar, Carmelita Tierny, as of now gave her swab test for the DNA test. In any case, she told police that she doesn't trust that the body had a place with her child.
She uncovered that Baricar was imprisoned for a long time for baffled homicide yet was cleared and discharged a year ago.
She additionally said that Baricar and Galon were supposedly part of the club, Tau Gamma Phi, and they were in contact with Isidro "Botex" Nudalo Jr., a supposed medication pusher and sibling of supposed medication ruler, Joel "Tongol" Nodalo.
Tierny affirmed that Isidro was the last individual her child saw before he vanished with Galon.