Monday, June 29, 2015

Missing bank teller found Buried in Angeles

Missing bank teller found Buried in Angeles, missing bank teller, crime, murder

ANGELES CITY — Tania Camille Dee, 33 employed as a bank teller in Binondo, Manila, was reported missing a week ago, her body was discovered in a shallow grave located in a backyard of a house in Barangay Balibago Angeles City, before dawn last Sunday.

The photo above have been circulating in social media since June 21, a day after she went to Angeles City to meet with her former husband, Fidel Sheldon Arcenas. The mother of two, never returned home.

Regina Dychioco at around 9pm informed the Pampanga Criminal Investigation and Detection Team (CIDT) that she could be dead according to her daughter, Angela, who is the girlfriend of Arcenas and that she could be buried in the backyard of the house Dychioco had been renting on Lilian Street, Sta. Maria Subdivision.

Dychioco told police that her daughter and Arcenas borrowed the keys to the house a few weeks ago. The mother said Arcenas returned the keys to her on June 26.

On Saturday night, after getting Dychioco’s permission, CIDT personnel, Scene of Crime Operatives (Soco) and the Angeles City crime laboratory office went to the house to conduct a search.

At 1 a.m. on Sunday, they exhumed the body of a woman, buried in a grave about a meter deep, at the back of the house. The woman was wearing denim pants and a striped shirt. Her head was wrapped in a towel and a plastic garbage bag.

Dee’s relatives, who went to this city on Sunday, identified the body.

They told the police that Dee had agreed to meet Arcenas here on June 20 after the latter told her that he would give her a car.

After the exhumation, CIDT personnel went to the house of Arcenas at Carmenville Subdivision in Barangay Cutcut here to invite him for questioning. They were told that he was not home.

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