In Cagayan de Oro, lack of info on kidnapping case pits mayor vs police

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CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY—Cagayan de Oro Mayor Oscar S. Moreno has expressed displeasure over the police’s silence on the kidnapping of a Chinese national on Monday (Aug. 24).

As of Thursday (Aug 27), police have not released to the public any detail of the case.

Although he has been told about the kidnapping, Moreno said he was waiting for the police to brief him.

He said it’s not good for the police to be “tight-lipped” on “significant events.”

Amid the police’s silence, radio reports broke the news.

According to sources, the victim and perpetrators were all Chinese.

The victim was said to have been taken from house in Tablon village and forced to electronically transfer …

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