[Trending Now] ALERT: Young Robbers Are Roaming Around The City Of Baguio! Learn About Their Modus Here
It seemed that crime has no age limit nowadays. A group of young people who commits robbery is now being trending as they try to victim...
It seemed that crime has no age limit nowadays.
A group of young people who commits robbery is now being trending as they try to victimize many students as possible in Baguio City particularly in Saint Louis University which is the largest university in the city.
The group trended as many of their victims started posting their modus operandi and photos on Facebook and other social media platforms. Their supposed victims are trying to alarm and warn the public regarding what might possibly happen once they encounter these bandits.
According to Rachfeed, these criminals are young adults probably at the age of 20 to 30 years old and they would corner their victims so they could rob from them. Because of their large number, the young robbers were able to trick their victim and steal from them without the victim being conscious of what is happening.
A Facebook post from an anonymous victim shared in SLU Memes described her encounter with these outlaws. The victim said that the gang consists of 4 girls and a boy. She also described how they tried to rob her and tried to reverse the situation to make it look like it was the victim’s fault. The robbers also scared he victim by showing her a knife. They also made a scene by pulling the victim’s hair so the attention of the people will be taken away from their attempt to steal from the victim.
Like other robbery groups, these young criminals have their own systematized style of stealing. Once they get the stolen item, they will pass it through their other members, getting it away as far as possible from the victim. They will walk like nothing happened and they will leave their victim being unconscious of the stealing.
Another screenshot of a Facebook post narrated by a supposed victim was shared by SLU Memes. This time, the post came with a picture of the young robbers. Their picture is now circulating around the internet as it serves as a warning for the public to be aware of them. The victim shared her experience of being robbed by two girls in the picture she posted. She said that she felt the two girls are putting pressure on her bag so she will not notice that her pouch which is full of cash is being stolen from her. She said that she realized she was robbed by the two girls when she found out that her pouch is already missing. She tried to approach and run after the two robbers but she felt fear when she saw the alley these robbers entered into.
Meanwhile, the concerned students of SLU are trying to warn the public as much as possible by sharing the posts of these victims. The local authorities of Baguio City have not yet released their statement regarding the issue.