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An American national and four members of his household were shot dead in what police suspected to be a robbery case in Angeles City in Pampanga Thursday noon, the local city police chief said.

Angeles City police director Supt. Danilo Bautista identified the victims as Albert Mitchell, a retired US Air Force personnel, his Filipina wife Jeanette Androneda, househelpers Isabel Fajardo and Marissa Prado, and a certain Boy Vergara of Dau in Mabalacat town in Pampanga.

were shot dead in what police suspected to be a robbery case in Angeles City in Pampanga Thursday noon, the local city police chief said.

Angeles City police director Supt. Danilo Bautista identified the victims as Albert Mitchell, a retired US Air Force personnel, his Filipina wife Jeanette Androneda, househelpers Isabel Fajardo and Marissa Prado, and a certain Boy Vergara of Dau in Mabalacat town in Pampanga.

The incident occurred at Mitchell's house in Hensonville Court Subdivision in Malabanias village, at around 1:30 pm, Bautista said.

Initial investigation showed that a man entered the subdivision at around 12 noon and went out carrying several items.

Security guard Angelito Prado, brother of one of the victims, Marissa, discovered the bodies, which bore gunshot wounds from a 9-mm pistol.

Prado told police he had asked a fellow guard not to allow the man to leave the subdivision while he checked on Mitchell's house, just 50 meters away from the guardhouse, as he suspected something was wrong.

Prado rushed back to the guardhouse after discovering the crime, but the suspect was already on board a tricycle.

The suspect got off at the nearby Marisol village, according to the tricycle driver, but police authorities were unable to track him down.

Police recovered on the scene a white sack containing some of Mitchell's belongings including a wallet, computer accessories, and a DVD player.

According to Bautista, it appears that the victims knew the lone suspect as there were no signs of forced entry.

"Scene of the crime operatives are presently conducting crime scene investigation. Manhunt operation is being conducted by our office," Bautista said.—JMA/JV, GMANews.TV

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'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

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Sad to hear such tragic incident..Our sympathy to the family!!,,,may they be given justice.. :(


* K1 Journey

2009-12-09 -met online

2009-23-09 -became a couple(was so happy:)

2010-21-03 -visited Philippines(spent wonderful times together)

2010=27-03 -engaged(Yes!!)

2010-09-04 -went back to US :(

2010-29-04 -Filed I-29F

2010-04-05 -Received NOA1

2010-12-07 -NOA2 approved

2010-18-07 -Received NOA2 hardcopy

2010-26-07 -US Embassy(Manila) received our petition!!..(yahoo!!)

2010-04-08 -HAPPY BDAY MATT!!

2010-18-08 -Medical Exam-PASSED!!..God is so good!!

2010-26-08 -Interview @ USEmbassy- APPROVED( Thank you Lord!)

2010-03-09 -Got my Visa in Hand!!..Yepey..Thank God!!..

2010-17-09 -POE:SFO,CA

2010-23-10 -Wedding @ Springfield, MO

* AOS Journey

2010-07-12 -Filed for AOS & EAD(USPS Express Mail)

2010-08-12 -USCIS received the package

2010-14-12 -Received text & email from USCIS that they accepted our AOS & EAD Application..HAPPY BDAY MARIA!!

2010-20-12 -Got our NOA1 letters in the mail for our I-485 & I-765...A wonderful Christmas gift for us!!

2011-19-01 -Received Biometrics schedule!!

2011-07-02 -Biometrics done!!..thanked God!!

2011-17-03 -AOS Interview..APPROVED!!

2011-24-03 -GREENCARD received!!..it's green indeed!!..lol..

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2-20-10: NOA1 hard copy received

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4-26-10: Embassy sent Toni a letter

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5-2-11: NOA issued for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: NOA hard copy received for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: Biometrics appointment letter received

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10-3-11: AOS finally approved!

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The suspect mybe linked to more robbery crimes as well. Hope PNP finds the man.


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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