PNP Taguig denies viral post on alleged robbery in BGC
The Taguig City Police denies a social media post claiming rampant robbery incidents in Bonifacio Global City that resulted in the death of victims. Following the viral post, Police Major Judge Rowe Donato of Substation 1 held a dialogue with security agencies in the area.
Mr. Christian Nicolie Atienza, senior property manager of Asia Affinity, the firm responsible for the security of the JP Morgan Chase & Co. Tower (the company referred to in the post), categorically stated that no such robbery-holdup incidents were officially reported to them or brought to their attention.
He also vehemently denied the allegation that victims were killed in front of the establishment. Mr. Atienza issued a certification denying that the incidents mentioned in the social media post took place.
Our own police sub-station 1 in BGC has not also received any report of such incidents.
It is very unfortunate that there are some individuals who paint a negative picture of our safety and security status.
We ask everyone to refrain from sharing malicious and fake news as it will only cause panic and fear.
"Kaugnay sa pinaigting na police visibility ng NCRPO sa buong Metro Manila, sinisiguro ng ating kapulisan sa Lungsod ng Taguig na ang BGC ay nananatiling ligtas sapagkat ang bawat sulok ng lugar ay nararating ng mga nagpapatrolyang mga pulis gamit ang scooter o motorsiklo maliban sa mga foot patrollers kasama ang walang tigil na pag-ikot ng ating mga mobile.
Sa pagkakataong ito, hinihikayat namin ang ating mga kababayan na maging mapanuri at mag ingat sa mga kumakalat na mga balita at iba pang isyu sa ating social media account lalo na kung ito ay nagdudulot ng pagkabahala at pagkalito sa panig ng magbabasa.
Lagi po ninyong tatandaan, prayoridad ng inyong kapulisan ang kaligtasan ng bawat mamamayan ganun din ang kaayusan sa ating lungsod. Bukas po ang ating tanggapan bente kwatro oras upang tugunan at aksyonan ang anumang idudulog o ipapa-alam sa amin katulad ng ganitong insidente."
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