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PNP: Robbers steal
store vault, P1.3M
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

Robbers broke into a dry goods store in Bacolod City early yesterday morning and carted away a vault containing about P1.3 million in cash, Senior Police Officer 1 Jerry Senoro said.

Senoro, investigator on case, said that Rosavilla Valdevieso, 32, marketing supervisor of the SUNVES Marketing at Luzuriaga Street in front of Bacolod Central Market discovered the robbery at about 7:30 a.m. when they opened their establishment.

Based on their investigation the suspects destroyed the padlock of a sliding steel door at the ground floor, went to the third floor and entered the office of the establishment’s officer-in-charge Yeng Yan Leng without any force, Seboro said.moremoremore

Peña leads early filing of COCs
BY CARLA GOMEZ

The filing of Certificates of Candidacy for the 2010 polls began yesterday with Pulupandan Mayor Magdaleno Peña among the early birds.

Peña filed his COC for reelection as mayor before Pulupandan Election Officer Ma. Theresa Parroco at 3 p.m. yesterday.

The mayor, who is a member of the United Negros Alliance, said he is running as an independent.moremoremore

Pacquiao gets hero’s
welcome, rank of datu

MANILA – The Philippines rolled out the red carpet in a rock star reception yesterday for pound-for-pound king and newly crowned World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao.

High-ranking officials as well as tens of thousands of fans paid homage as the 30-year-old Pacman flew in five days after demolishing Puerto Rican champ Miguel Cotto to become the only fighter in history to win seven titles in as many weight classes.

President Gloria bestowed the highest Order of the Sikatuna with the Rank of Datu on Pacquiao at a conferment ceremony at the Luneta late yesterday afternoon. moremoremore

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