BCPO reaches ‘dead end’ in Alcosaba murder investigation

Posted by watchmen
March 10, 2020
Posted in HEADLINE

The Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) admitted reaching a dead end in their investigation into the murder of Police Patrolman Eric Alcosaba, a former member of Police Station 7 who was  “absent without leave,” or AWOL.
“As long as it is involved [with] illegal drugs, it would be very difficult to resolve,” BCPO spokesperson, Police Lt. Colonel Ariel Pico, yesterday said.
The BCPO official earlier said the Alcosaba killing was a priority case.
In addition, he said the probe is going slow because of difficulties encountered by investigators.
Pico said the closed-circuit television footage of the fast food chain was not functioning at the time of the incident.
When asked whether the case will remain unsolved, the law enforcement official said it is a possibility unless somebody comes forward to testify.
Recent unsolved killings in the city supposedly related to illegal drugs include that of Roberto ‘Kai Shek’ Tan and Ontao Sacar./DGB, WDJ

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