Man shot multiple times in broad daylight in Davao City

Photo taken by Sta Ana Police Station

A senior official of the Sta. Ana Police Station said the man who was shot multiple times in broad daylight has just been released from jail and is believed to be a known thief.

The victim was shot dead by an unidentified gunman at 11 a.m. on August 11, 2022 while riding in a jeep on Piapi Boulevard, Barangay 22-C, Davao City.

Police Lt. Col. Ronald Lao, Commanding Officer of Sta Ana Police Station, identified the suspect as Paul Jhon Dizon Ferraren.

Lao said the victim was with his mother, Jocelyn, and his partner, Emily, when he was shot multiple times by an unidentified suspect. The suspect immediately got on a black Mio motorcycle, which had no license plate, driven by a driver wearing a black shirt and a black and white helmet. They were heading south.

According to police and based on their initial investigation, the suspect was of average height, had tan skin, and was approximately 5’3″ to 5’6″ tall. He wore a face mask and a black shirt.

Photos have gone viral online showing Emily holding the victim’s body in her arms while still inside the jeep.

The victim was taken to the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) but was pronounced dead upon arrival by doctors.

Lao said the victim is a known thief and was recently released from prison.

The motive for the murder has not yet been determined.

Three 9mm shell casings were recovered by police investigating the crime scene.

The sta. Ana Police Station is currently conducting a “manhunt operation” to identify and arrest possible suspects. CCP


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