P3-M jewelry ‘misplaced, not stolen’

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February 13, 2018

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ROXAS City – Jewelry items worth some P3 million reported missing around 7 p.m. on Feb. 8 in Barangay PoblacionIlaya, Maayon, Capizhave been found, police said.

They were not stolen, according to the Maayon police station officer-in-charge Inspector John Stephanie Gammad.

Gammad said the incident was “simple misplacement.”

Owner Helen Tupal, a 53-year-old registered nurse, found them around 9 a.m. on Feb. 11 in a jewelry box placed inside a luggage in her bedroom, Gammad added.

All the jewelry items were found. They include a Rolex wristwatch worth P1.3 million, a set of gold earrings worth P900,000, a ring worth P500,000, and a gold bracelet worth P300,000./PN



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