By Raydes B. Barcia
Legazpi City —The Philippine National Police in Camarines Sur is running against the armed man for allegedly molesting four teachers inside a school in Ocampo town.
Major Reynaldo Balindan, Ocampo chief of police said that they are going against the armed suspect who entered the teachers’ office with his face covered and molested the teachers on Monday.
Balindan did not identify the name of the school. He also refused to announce whether the school is a public or private institution.
An initial report said the suspect first declared a hold-up and took the cellular mobile phones and cash of the teachers before molesting them in an isolated area of the school campus.
Balindan withheld the names of the victims and the suspect armed with an unknown caliber of firearm.
The Ocampo town top cop said that charges are being readied against the suspect currently remains at large. Police operatives were conducting a manhunt operation to locate the whereabouts of the suspect.
Mayflor Jumamil, DepEd Bicol spokesperson refused to issue a statement regarding the reported molestations of four teachers in Ocampo town.
She said the director Gilbert Sadsad did not give her the green light to discuss or give any statement on the matter.
“Rest assured that the depEd central office will be informed about the case which is now being handled by the PNP,” she said.