Pretty Bank Employee Sexually Abused, Killed and Burned By Killer(s) in Pasig
A 23-year-old bank employee identified as Mabel Tagala Cama went missing last November 10, 2017. Two days later, the victim's dead body was found inside the garage of a towing establishment in Barangay Rosario, Pasig City.
According to the police report, Mabel was allegedly raped and was intentionally burned by the unidentified suspect(s). Her underwear was recovered by crime investigators just a few feet away from her remains. The victim's body was immediately endorsed for medical examination and autopsy to fully understand the cause of her death.
During the retrieval of Mabel's remains on November 12, 2017, police personnel noticed that she was no longer wearing her upper garment. The lower part of the victim's body could hardly be identified due to severe burn damage. Police Senior Inspector Obet Garcia mentioned that the victim's personal belongings were no longer in the crime scene.
Though Pasig police has already identified the logical reason and motive of the crime, they opted not to disclose the details to any local journalists to avoid leak of information that could potentially prolong the hunting operation of the police who are conducting the investigation of the rape-slay case.
Nonetheless, authorities are very confident with the reports from the intelligence community that suspects of the crime are possibly workers in the towing company.
"Kung doon nangyari 'yon at may nagsunog pa, maaari naman sigurong may alam sila kaya kung meron, tumulong po kayo sa amin sa pagresolba ng kasong ito," Garcia said.
Some people are convinced that the suspects behind the brutal crime were under the influence of prohibited drugs. We think that this theory is driven by previous incidents where the killers were involved in drugs.
The family of Mabel Tagala Cama declined to give any comment on the incident as the suspects are still at large.
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