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Car Hijackers Kill BFHomes Resident
 
This story was taken from The Philippine Daily Inquirer
posted
Feb 14, 2006
By Jocelyn R. Uy

A teenager became the latest casualty of car jackers who struck at BF Homes, Parañaque Sunday night.

Richard Capili, a 19-year-old nursing student, was shot dead by three men who also took the van he was driving. SPO1 Generoso Partolan said the incident took place inside the subdivision, in front of the LBC Landco Center Mall on Gil Puyat Street corner President’s Avenue, at around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Capili had parked in front of the mall to wait for his sister. As he sat inside his grey Toyota Revo (plate number WRY-883), three men boarded the van.

“According to witnesses, a scuffle ensued between the victim and the suspects. The victim might have resisted the suspects so he was shot,” Partolan told the Inquirer yesterday. Case investigator, P02 Tio Calvo said in his report that witnesses saw the suspects maul Capili before they heard a gunshot.

The teenager was able to get out of the car and cry for help. But one of the suspects, armed with a .45-cal pistol, shot him, the report said. The suspects then fled on board the victim’s car, leaving Capili slumped on the pavement, said Calvo. According to Remie, the victim’s father, his children had stopped at a grocery and a drugstore before going to a bookstore. “My daughter said she was already inside the bookstore when she heard gunshots. She saw her brother slumped on the pavement of the parking lot,” Remie said in a phone interview .

The teenager was brought to the Parañaque Medical Center but he was declared dead on arrival. He sustained a lone gunshot wound on his right armpit. The bullet passed through the arteries of his lungs before it reached his heart. Parañaque police chief Supt. Ronald Estilles said an artist’s sketch of one of the suspects had already been sent out to different police stations. 

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