Legazpi tricycle driver returns lost bag

By Niño Luces

LEGAZPI CITY, Albay – An Indian national who lost his bag while roaming around in Legazpi City was very thankful after his bag was returned by a tricycle driver.

An Indian national poses for a photo together with the tricycle driver who returned his lost bag in Legazpi City, Albay on Saturday afternoon. (PHOTO COURTESY OF LEGAZPI CITY POLICE STATION / VIA NIÑO LUCES / MANILA BULLETIN)
An Indian national poses for a photo together with the tricycle driver who returned his lost bag in Legazpi City, Albay on Saturday afternoon. (PHOTO COURTESY OF LEGAZPI CITY POLICE STATION / VIA NIÑO LUCES / MANILA BULLETIN)

Corporal Charmie Mayores, Albay police assistant information officer, identified the tricycle driver as Er­nesto Paladen Hernandez Jr., a resi­dent of Barangay Cruzada.

Hernandez found the gray bag by the roadside in Barangay Pawa here.

He turned over the bag to the po­lice community precinct on Rosario St., Ilawod West.

Mayores coordinated with other police units to find the owner of the bag.

Meanwhile, the Indian, identified as Vikram Nadkari y Arua, a student, had reported the loss of his bag at the Legazpi City Central station.

Mayores said there were no lost items in the bag.

“Vikram Nadkari y Arua was very thankful for the honesty of the tricycle driver, after checking that nothing was lost among his belongings,” she said.

 
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