Notorious 'salisi' suspect nabbed in NAIA

Photo courtesy of Manila International Airport Authority via PNA



Manila, Philippines -  Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) authorities on Monday presented to the media a notorious "salisi" suspect, who had apparently victimized various passengers at the airport.

The latest complainant identified by MIAA as Harija Panayaman Hamsa claimed that she was victimized by a swindler she met at the airport on February 27.


The victim went to complain about the incident on March 8 and to ask for help.

The airport authorities allowed her to see footages of the CCTV and was able to pinpoint the suspect, initially identified as "Arjhay Valdez".

The CCTV footages showed Valdez taking Hamsa's belongings.

Luckily, while an officer was conducting a surveillance at NAIA Terminal 1 Bus Transfer Area, there he saw a passenger who looked like the suspect earlier identified by the victim.

The passenger wrote "Arjhay Valdez" on the Transfer Passenger Records prompting the officer to ask for additional identification cards for further verification.

It was found out that his real name is Rey John Manglay.

Different IDs, cards, wallets, gadgets, mobile phones, documents, bags, and pawn receipts, were also found in Manglay's possession.

The officers initially arrested Manglay over use of fictitious name but was later on verified that he is the notorious "salisi" suspect they have been looking for.


Source: PNA



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