BUTUAN CITY – Three people allegedly concerned in an funding rip-off generally known as Foreign exchange Buying and selling, fell into the arms of Bayugan Metropolis police operatives throughout a coordinated regulation enforcement operation in Agusan del Sur province.
In a cellphone interview on Thursday, Maj. Dorothy Tumulak, Police Regional Workplace (PRO) 13 (Caraga) public data officer, instructed the Philippine Information Company (PNA) that the three suspects have standing arrest warrants for syndicated estafa issued on Dec. 20, 2019 by the Regional Trial Court docket Department 7 in Bayugan Metropolis.
“The arrest warrants have been applied on Wednesday afternoon after our police personnel in Bayugan Metropolis acquired data on the presence of the three suspects in Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur,” Tumulak stated.
She added that the three have been in hiding for greater than a 12 months after their arrest warrants have been issued.
The suspects have been recognized as Aileen Miranda dela Cruz, 36, of Purok 3, Barangay Salimbugaon; Domindador Degorio dela Cruz, 56, of Purok 14, Poblacion; and Joel Goloran dela Cruz, 45, of Purok 16, Poblacion, all in Prosperidad city.
They have been arrested of their respective residences at about 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Tumulak stated.
In a press release issued on Thursday afternoon, PRO-13 Director, Brig. Gen. Romeo Caramat Jr., stated the three suspects have been employees of the Foreign exchange Buying and selling funding scheme based by Dimber dela Cruz Celiz.
“The founder, Dimber dela Cruz Celiz, was already arrested final Nov. 12, 2020 in Iloilo Metropolis,” Caramat stated.
He stated the Foreign currency trading agency is among the Ponzi funding schemes that victimized residents within the area.
“The scheme affords inconceivable excessive returns and pays buyers utilizing the cash contributed by later buyers that victimized 1000’s of Caraganons,” Caramat stated.
He urged the residents within the area to not be enticed by any funding scheme that guarantees excessive returns.
“The Philippine Nationwide Police in Caraga will implement the total pressure of the regulation to cease any fraudulent schemes and put them behind bars,” Caramat stated. (PNA)