NCRPO raises reward for Ivler to P.5 million

November 27, 2009 2:53 pm 

MANILA, November 27 –- National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) chief Director Roberto Rosales today announced the increase in reward for any information that would lead to the arrest of murder suspect, Jason Ivler, from P200,000 to P500,000.

Ivler is being hunted by the police after he has been positively identified, through witnesses’ account, to be the one who shot to death Renato Victor Ebarle Jr., son of Undersecretary Renato Ebarle Sr. of the Office of the Presidential Chief of Staff, along Santolan Road in Quezon City on November 18, 2009.

The vehicle that Ivler was using at the time of the incident, a Honda SUV with diplomatic plate number 20903, was traced to a certain Stephen V. Pollard, a British national working for the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Mandaluyong City. Investigation has revealed that the suspect is an adopted son of Mr. Pollard.

Rosales expressed optimism that the raising of the reward money would result to more positive information regarding the whereabouts of Ivler. He is confident that Ivler is still in the country.

Rosales also warned the public against the suspect since the latter is considered armed and dangerous. He also appealed to friends, relatives, and people who know and might have communication with Ivler to convince the suspect to surrender.

“It would be best for everybody if Mr. Jason Ivler would just voluntarily surrender. He is a suspect for the crime of murder and our operatives are made aware that he is in possession of a gun, and that information is taken seriously,” said Rosales

Elements of Tracker Teams organized by the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) and operatives from the Regional Police Intelligence Operations Unit (RPIOU) of NCRPO have been working on some leads provided by some informants and concerned citizens to effect the arrest of Ivler. (PNA) V3/MM

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