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Bacolod City, Philippines Thursday, November 22, 2012
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Talisaynon missing

An operations supervisor of a hauling firm at the Bacolod City Real Estate Development Corp. port has been reported missing since Monday by his family, City Police Director Senior Supt. Ricardo de la Paz said yesterday.

The wife and the sisters of Carmel Rosales, 43, of Bonifacio Street, Brgy. Zone 12 in Talisay City, Negros Occidental, and employed by the Discovery Haulers, sought the help of de la Paz in looking for him.

His wife, Darrel, said they last saw her husband Monday morning before he went to work and never heard from him since then.

Mrs. Rosales said that they tried to contact him but his cellular phone was not working anymore. She added that they went to his workplace but found that he had failed to report there since Monday.

Mrs. Rosales said that her husband did not tell her or any of their relatives if he was receiving threats, so they are clueless as to the reason for his disappearance.

De la Paz said that, based on their investigation, someone saw Mr. Rosales riding a trisikad on his way to work before he was reported missing.

He appealed to any one who may have knowledge about the whereabouts of Carmel to report it to the nearest police station or contact Mrs. Rosales through telephone number 09298376866.*APN

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