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Saturday, January 13, 2018

6 Clark Airport Employees, Fired and Facing Charges For Ransacking OFW's Baggage


Aside from being fired from their job, six employees in Clark International Airport is now facing criminal charges for the allegedly ransacking baggage of Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) at the airport.

The suspects are employees of ground handling company, Miascor. The company is under contract with the airlines that service flights in Clark and handle baggage of passengers.

Read: New 'Laglag Bala' In NAIA?

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Clark International Airport Corp (CIAC) said in the statement that Miascor has filed qualified theft against the six suspect. They were fired in their job, Friday morning, January 12, 2018.

CIAC has also filed separate theft charges against the six suspects at the City Prosecutor's Office in Mabalacat, Pampanga, and has banned them from entering the airport premises.


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The statement added that the suspects allegedly ransacked the baggage belonging to OFW identified as Jovenil Dela Cruz from Pandi, Bulacan inside the Miascor office at the airport terminal.

The handling company settled with the OFW for the lost item amounting to P82,824.00.

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OWWA Directory: Regional, National, and International Offices

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