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POGO got stolen P800,000 by the Philippines Police

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POGO got stolen P800,000 by the Philippines Police

Chinese Philippine Offshore Gambling Operator (POGO) employees have been the target of much criticism lately, as they are the practically voiceless suspect of so many of the Philippines woes.

Three disgraced policemen have allegedly taken advantage of that fact, appears to have stolen P827,000 ($17 thousand) from POGO employees.

The robbery was committed on August 11 with the assistance of POGO driver Angelo Perlota, who so far has been the only man arrested from the crew and has admitted to being the inside man of the robbery.

Perlota allegedly exited POGO’s compound gate, and when he was about to reenter, the group lead by the three policemen barged in.

They disarmed the security guard and announced that they were members of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). They then found the room where CCTV footage was stored and took the hard drive, erasing evidence of their crime.

But if the POGO employees believed this to be a raid by the NBI, the conduct of the robbers quickly made it clear that this was a much more run of the mill attempt at theft.

A group of Chinese employees had their personal belongings taken from them, including diamond rings, cell phones and a tablet were taken from them. They were left P827,000 poorer by the end of it.

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