Robbery and killing of missing Bulacan woman now case closed

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CITY OF MALOLOS-The robbery and killing of a 24 year old missing woman in Guiguinto town is now case closed after the arrested lone suspect admitted the crime and the police on Sunday recovered the mobile phone, wallet and personal belongings of the victim.  

Police Colonel Ferdinand Germino, City of Malolos police chief and his men recovered the IPhone 11 of Princess Dianne Dayor from a third party, the 30 year old suspect Darwin De Jesus had sold for P3, 000.

The bag, wallet, pictures and other personal belongings of Dayor which are all major evidences were recovered on Saturday at the house of his mother in Barangay Tabang where he was arrested on Thursday.

Dayor’s wallet contained P482. 00, the police chief said.

Germino said that as of press time, they are recovering the clothes De Jesus wore during the incident.

The police said their three witnesses who directly saw De Jesus attacking the victim and pulled her body near a creek in a grassy and remote place in Barangay Tikay City of Malolos, near the boundary of Barangay Tabang, Guiguinto. 

Dayor and De Jesus both live in Barangay Tabang.

On July 2, Dayor whose house is about 300 meters distance to that of De Jesus left her house bound for work at around 5:30 a. m. and walked along Dulatre St. to reach MacArthur highway near Tabang Cloverleaf to take a ride towards this city where the shuttle of the firm she works at will pick her up. The shuttle however had left without her showing up.

Germino said De Jesus, who was heavily drunk and in bad need of money grabbed Dayor before reaching the creek where he strangled her to death using both his arms and the sling of her bag. 

Colonel Charlie Cabradilla, Bulacan police director said autopsy report pointed to asphyxia due to strangulation as the cause of death of the victim.

On July 5, three days after Dayor went missing a heavy stench coming from the creek area led residents to discover her swollen and decomposing body.

Gov. Daniel Fernando said it is for Cabradilla and Germino to determine the rightful individuals who deserve to receive the P500, 000 reward money offered by City of Malolos Mayor Christian Natividad and Fifth District Congressman Ambrosio Cruz Jr. and Guiguinto Mayor Agatha Cruz for the identification and whereabout of the suspect.

Natividad on Sunday told the media that he already released the P300,000 bounty to the Malolos police. 

Germino had filed robbery and homicide charges against the suspect and violation to RA 9262, or the anti violence against women and children act.

Germino said De Jesus regularly beats his wife.Dayor’s body was cremated on Wednesday. Her cousin, Niña Loraine Tamsi told NEWS CORE the already decaying condition of the body did not allow them to hold wake and vigil.


Dayor who had just graduated as an industrial engineer from La Consolacion University of the Philippines in this city in 2019 is now the bread winner in her family. She lives with her grandfather who was a  former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who had sent her to school. 

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