LOOK: Coast Guard Holds 3 Suspicious Ship Passengers for Handling P40 Million Cash

The coast guard holds 3 suspicious ship passengers from the port of Cagayan de Oro for handling about P40 million in cash.

Nowadays, bringing a huge amount of cash can too risky and suspicious for other people, especially due to the increasing rate of criminality not only in the Philippines but also in different countries all around the world.

On Monday (June 26, 2017), 3 suspicious ship passengers from the port of Cagayan de Oro has been invited in jail after the authorities found that they were handling about P40 million in cash inside the 4 sealed styropor.
The ship passengers insist and explained that they were bank employees as they presented their documents as a proof that their statement was true. Despite the authenticity of their documents, the authorities will still investigate the passengers for bringing a large amount of cash.

Last week, 5 passengers were also arrested by the authorities of Cagayan de Oro also, after they have presented false documents and identification card. The passengers are claiming to be Islam missionaries, but they failed to recite the basic teachings of their religion.


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