Employee from Valenzuela City arrested for stealing P6.7 million worth of computer graphic cards

An employee from Valenzuela City was arrested for allegedly stealing computer graphic cards valued about P6.7 million from the company that he worked for. The suspect who was recognized as Rint Joshua Babao, 25, a resident of Barangay 144, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City, was shortly apprehended by the police authorities.

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Currently, the suspect is being held at the Valenzuela City Police detention cell. Babao is facing a complaint filed against him by his former employer and another employee of the business, Jovelyn Bacalla. He is facing robbery charges as well as his accomplices for the crime they perpetrated.

According to the police investigation, after Bacalla discovered that there were 180 branded 3060 series computer graphic cards missing from the corporate warehouse, which are valued at P6,777,000, she asked Babao to account for the missing graphic cards. But instead of doing what he was told, he took them aback by submitting a letter of resignation on November 14, which they learned a bit later. Bacalla then carried out an inventory in the warehouse immediately.

After confirming the missing goods, Bacalla spoke with the warehouse security guard right away. She found out that the suspect had gone to the warehouse and told the security guard that they were tasked to pull out the items. Following the receipt of the complaint against the suspect, the members of the Station Investigation Unit (SIU) under the direction of PLT Armando Delima and PLT Ronald Bautista of the Detective Management Unit (DMU) promptly managed a follow-up operation. The suspect was quickly arrested after the authorities arrived at his home.

After arriving at the scene, the stolen goods that were hidden away in the suspect’s home were quickly returned by the suspect’s relatives. While the accomplices, who were named Rustom Maata Jr., also known as “Baby Ama,” and Jomar Gabun, were yet to be apprehended. The police are doing follow-up efforts to get Babao’s companions in custody.

 
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