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Salvage victim in QC found

Philippines – Another male salvage victim who was strangled and stabbed dead was found in Quezon City before dawn yesterday.

In the meantime, investigator SPO1 Pascual Fabreag said they have yet to identify the latest execution victim whom he described as between 30 to 35 years old, 5’4” in height, medium built, fair complexioned, and wore a pair of black short pants and a yellow t-shirt.

The victim’s body bore ligature mark around his neck as well multiple stab wounds in the body.
Fabreag said the body of the victim was discovered by a resident in the area, Raymundo Matia-Ong, at around 3:35 a.m. yesterday along Adrian St., North Fairview Park Subdivision, Barangay North Fairview.

Ong told police that he was walking along the area when he found the victim lying on his back.

It can be recalled that last month, there were four male alleged salvage victims that were found in Quezon City.

The last victim found last Month was discovered last Saturday morning at the Santa Jagwa creek located near the Rolling Road, Barangay Obrero.

The victim was described as medium built, standing 5’3”, has the tattoo “Sputnik” on his back and only clad with his brown underwear.

The body was found inside a sack that was attached to a concrete hollow block that was believed meant to keep the body under water.

The victim also had his hands tied behind his back with a clothes wire. (Jeffrey G. Damicog)