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MetrobriefsPhilippine Daily Inquirer12:31 am | Friday, December 27th, 2013omega watches breitling replica watches Ex-tanod killed in visit to old QC neighborhood
breitling replica watches A FORMER barangay watchman from Laguna province who was in Quezon City to visit his old neighborhood was shot dead at a busy intersection on Edsa Thursday afternoon. A report prepared by barangay officials of Veterans Village said Joel Lualhati was about to go back to Laguna when an unidentified gunman followed and shot him in the head around 2 p.m. in front of St. Augustine College, near SM North Edsa mall. With the victim already on the ground, the attacker shot him two more times in the body before fleeing on a motorbike. Lualhati served as barangay tanod or village watchman at Veterans for seven years before moving to Laguna, according to the report. Julie M. Aurelio
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rolex fake watches FOUR people were injured in an explosion traced to a leaking LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) tank inside a bakery in Caloocan City early Thursday. F02 Alwin Culianan, an arson investigator, said the 1:14 a.m. blast ripped through the Park and Go bakery, owned by Eugenio Angel Rama, which operates 24 hours a day on Samson Road corner Lapu-Lapu Street. Rama is* based in Cebu City, according to Culianan. Four employees then on-duty were brought to Caloocan City Medical Center for burns. They were identified as Ayin Entoroliso, 24; Estelita Libod Libod, 22; Irvin Libod Libod, 21; and Rodolfo Villamor, 30.* F01 Camilo Mardo said Entoroliso and Villamor suffered second-degree burns on their hands, feet and right leg, while Estelita and Irvin Libod Libod suffered first-degree burns on the right arm. The explosion caused a fire within the small bakery that was immediately contained. Kristine Felisse Mangunay
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A businessman and his family lost a collection of 21 watches worth P1.85 million in a burglary that hit their Quezon City home while they were out of town for a Christmas reunion.* Police on Thursday said Julius Ceasar Villarama, 53, of Matahimik Street, Barangay Teachers Village, reported the loss of 3 Rolex watches worth P1 million, 2 Omega watches worth P200,000, 12 Tag Heuer men’s watches worth P400,000, 3 Tag Heuer ladies’ watches worth P100,000 and a Douder watch worth P150,000. The Villaramas were in Malolos, Bulacan province, when someone forced their front door open after they left on Wednesday, Christmas day.* The steel safe containing the watches was gone from the master bedroom when the family returned around 1 a.m. Thursday. Julie M. Aurelio

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