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Two vehicles missing

Grace Ibuna, partner of the late Rep. Ignacio Arroyo Jr. (Neg. Occ., 5 th District), yesterday said two of their vehicles in Negros Occidental are missing.

Ibuna accompanied her daughter, Maria Rafaelle Ibuna, to Bacolod for the women's 13-under Philippine football team tryouts at the Panaad Sports Stadium and University of St. La Salle football fields. Her daughter is a member of the National Capital Region team.

When she arrived in Negros Thursday she discovered that the two vehicles she and the late congressman had purchased together, which were previously parked at the his Santa Clara Executive Village office, could no longer be located, Ibuna said.

Missing are a Toyota Super Grandia white van and Mitsubishi Strada grey pickup, she said.

She said the last time she used the vehicles was during the wake of the congressman in Hinigaran town in March, and the last person she knows who used them was Ma. Lourdes Arroyo Lesaca, his sister.

Ibuna said she and the congressman purchased the vehicles in 2010 and had been paying for them jointly.

Whoever has their vehicles should speak up, she said.*CPG




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