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Father of slain racer offers bounty for suspects’ arrest

THE father of slain car racer Ferdinand “Enzo” Pastor on Friday offered a P1-million bounty to anyone who can provide information for the capture of Enzo’s wife, Dahlia Guerrero, and her alleged lover, Domingo “Sandy” de Guzman.

At a forum, Tom Pastor, Enzo’s father, said his family and friends have raised P1 million as an award to any informant of the whereabouts of his son’s suspected killers.

According to Pastor, they have sought the help of the Interpol to go after his daughter-in-law, who could have fled the country.

Grieving father. Tom Pastor, father of slain international race car driver Enzo Pastor, announces a P1-million bounty for the arrest of his daughter-in-law and her alleged lover. LINO SANTOS 

He, however, said De Guzman is still in the Philippines based on information.

Dahlia has been listed in the Interpol’s red notice, an international warrant against fugitive. She is facing a parricide case before the Quezon City Regional Trial Court’s Branch 91 Judge Lita Genilo for the death of her husband.

De Guzman is facing murder charges.

On June 12, 2014, the 32-year-old Enzo was shot dead by motorcycle-riding men at the corner of Congressional and Visayas Avenues in Quezon City.

Pastor’s assistant, Paolo Salazar, was seriously injured during the shooting incident.

On Aug. 23, 2014, authorities arrested police officer Edgar Angel, suspected gunman, who pointed to De Guzman, a businessman, as the one who hired him to kill the international racer.

The elder Pastor said he can be reached at 09285044931. Any information can be coursed through the National Capital Region Police Office’s Criminal Investigation and Detection Group, headed by Supt. Danilo Macerin at 09178420992 and Quezon City Police District’s Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit, headed by Sr. Insp. Rodel Marcelo at 09185315178.

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