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Two vacationers discovered useless in Boracay resort room – police

FILE PHOTO: Boracay Island has reopened anew to vacationers beginning September 16, 2021, as restrictions have been eased each in Aklan province and in Metro Manila, its essential market of leisure vacationers. —JACK JARILLA

ILOILO CITY — Two vacationers, together with an Australian nationwide, have been discovered useless of their resort room on Boracay Island on Monday, March 21.

The vacationers recognized as Dennis Yu, 44, and Maria Cecilia Jellicode had accidents that indicated that their deaths weren’t on account of pure causes, in response to an preliminary investigation by the Malay, Aklan police station.

Yu is a Filipino primarily based on his identification card whereas Jellicode had an Australian passport.

Lt. Col. Don Dicksie De Dios, Malay police chief, stated they’re nonetheless ready for post-mortem outcomes to find out the reason for loss of life of the couple.

However he stated there have been no indications {that a} third particular person had entered the room primarily based on safety digital camera footage and different safety data.

“Their belongings, together with money, jewellery, laptop computer computer systems, and cellphones are intact,” De Dios informed the INQUIRER in a phone interview on Tuesday.

He declined to supply extra data as their investigation is ongoing.

The our bodies of the couple have been discovered close to one another on the ground inside their room at a resort in Barangay Balabag round midday on Monday after a resort employees checked on them on account of their scheduled check-out time.

They arrived on the island on March 13 and had apparently prolonged their keep and have been supposed to take a look at on Monday, in response to De Dios.

The couple have been seen having breakfast on Sunday and there have been no indications of something irregular, De Dios stated, citing accounts of witnesses.


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