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Bato brings home fugitive ex-cop from Thailand trip October 17,2016 - 11:21 AM

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“A very productive hunting trip” was how Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa described his visit to Thailand as he brought home with him a former police officer charged with the abduction and murder of a Chinese-Filipino engineer.

Dela Rosa took to Facebook on Sunday to share a photo of him at a Thailand airport with the handcuffed fugitive, who was identified as former Police Officer 1 Alexander Pangilinan, an alleged member of the “Dos Pares” group tagged in the death of Michael Chan in 2005.

Dela Rosa said Pangilinan served as a resort manager in Thailand.

“A very productive hunting trip with this ex-cop fugitive who has been wanted for kidnapping for ransom with homicide as the catch. Suspect fled the country & evaded arrest for 10 years while employed as resort manager in Thailand,” he wrote in the caption.

Dela Rosa was guest at the anniversary of the Royal Thai Police.

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TAGS: arrest, Bato Dela Rosa, fugitive, homicide, kidnapping, Philippine National Police, PNP, PNP chief, Ronald Dela Rosa, Thailand

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