Reported Theft and Recovery of Six Rent-a-Car Vehicles in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone
The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) will not tolerate any form of criminality inside the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (Freeport). Anyone caught committing any criminal offense within the Freeport will be dealt with the full extent of the law.
The SBMA Law Enforcement Department (LED) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) Olongapo City are working together to investigate the reported theft of six rental vehicles recovered tonight (March 8) at the Ichiban yard inside the Freeport.
Authorities have now identified the suspect as a certain Roldan Bernardo who allegedly rented in December 2016 two commuter vehicles and a Grandia van from complainants Roy and Gerry Galang of Olongapo City, owners of the said vehicles for rent.
Also spotted at the yard by authorities were two more vehicles believed to have also been rented by the suspect- a Toyota Fortuner reportedly owned by a Mr. Zafra and two units of Mitsubishi Montero.
The SBMA shall actively monitor the case and will assist in any way to ensure that proper charges will be filed against the suspect.
Again, we issue this warning: The SBMA will be tough on anyone who will be caught violating law and order inside the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
ATTY. WILMA AMY T. EISMA