Philippine police hunt 4 people after Davao city bombing

September 4, 2016

The Philippine police are searching for four people — after an interviewing the eight witnesses, cops got descriptions of two men and one woman. Therese persons are the prime suspects in Friday’s bombing in the southern city of Davao.

Philippine police hunt 4 people after Davao city bombing that killed 14 people and spurred President Rodrigo Duterte to put the entire country under the state of “lawlessness.” According to the Chief Inspector Andrea dela Cerna, police are looking for two men and one woman as “persons of interests,” and another person that was probably an associate of bombers.

The spokeswoman of Southern Mindanao Regional Police Office added that police has interviewed the witnesses, who gave a description of bombers. President Duterte, whose official residence’s in Davao, declared a nationwide state of lawless violence.

Such an officially declared state allows Duterte to use the military to assist the police to fight crime and violence. Ronald dela Rosa as National police chief assured on Saturday that authorities are still trying to confirm media reports that Abu Sayyaf. His jihadist group was operating in the island of Mindanao, and organized the bomb explosion in the night market that injured 67 people.