Alabang Bulletin received another email from a reader whose wife was recently victimized by elements of the Bukas Kotse Gang.
Here is his email:
Hi, What the heck…We were victimized by this same syndicate this time at the west service road Alabang Hills Exit Total Station.
It was my wife, around 6:45am waiting for the Mercury store to open, since it will be a quick buy, she just took 500 pesos from her bag and left the bag on the car floor and locked the car, to her surprise when she was already halfway home, she noticed her missing bag.
She lost all her credit cards, iphone and 10K cash. We asked about the CCTV of the establishment but nothing gained here, lacking the security cam coverage.
And for all we know there’s a police detachment adjacent to Total, we reported the crime and they just said gawa yan ng mga bata na galing sa slum areas.
And you know what happened just yesterday we got a call from 7-11 in edsa that they have the credit cards/atm cards of my wife all intact, they just took the money, iphone and the bag.
What puzzles me if my wife locks the car how can they open it without force entry…Is a frequency scanner being used by this syndicate then no one is safe anymore…
This is indeed scary. The email sender’s wife probably was out of her car for less than 5 to 10 minutes. And this happens?
Does the Muntinlupa City ordinance requiring establishments to have CCTV cameras before they are given business permits apply to old establishments?
Remember the Jollibee and Chowking in Molito incidents?
Why are these criminals getting away with crimes like this? And in broad daylight too.
What is the Muntinlupa Police and City Hall doing about this?