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Honest Baguio Police Returns Bag of Valuables

A Baguio police officer received praise and gratitude from a businessman for returning his lost bag in December.

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P/Lt. Bhong Jdt Buhong once again proven that the Cordilleran Super Cops are the most disciplined in the country.

The Baguio police officer received praise and gratitude from a businessman for returning his lost bag in December.

Wilfredo Gatchalian said on his Facebook post that he dropped his bag in Baguio on December 28, 2019. It contained P20k cash, credit cards, passbooks, passports, car spare keys and driver's license. So he was very grateful to P/Lt Buhong for being so honest and having all his baggage returned.

Photo via Wilfredo Gatchalian | Facebook

Photo via Wilfredo Gatchalian | Facebook

Gatchalian never thought it could be returned. He said, “I was so frustrated then suddenly someone chatted me, saying he picked up my bag. I don't even want to see it again. The police there were very kind. Strict but kind. ”

"I hope all the cops are like him," he said in his post.

He added, “I tried to give Sir a reward but he still didn't accept it. I am very grateful to you and to ten of you in the Baguio City police station 3. Hope you help more people. ”

Gatchalian's post was widely praised and the police received praise on social media.

Photo via Wilfredo Gatchalian | Facebook

Photo via Wilfredo Gatchalian | Facebook

P/Lt. Bhong Jdt Buhong is from Bili Amduntog Asipulo, Ifugao.


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admirable. keep it up

Jan 9

good job sir!

Jan 9

God bless you sir.

Jan 9

We're proud of you! May your tribe increase!

Jan 12
What will you learn next?

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