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Bacolod City, Philippines Thursday, February 4, 2016
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A graduating college student of the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos in Bacolod City, who texted her family that two armed men had abducted her, Tuesday, was still missing, up to yesterday afternoon.

March Ann Baynosa, 24, of Santa Fe in Barangay Granada, was reported missing since Tuesday night, Senior Insp. Emmanuel Misajon, Police Station 5 chief, said yesterday.

Baynosa texted her friends, family and boyfriend to save her from two men who she said abducted her at about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and brought her to an unfinished house and threatened to kill her, Misajon said.

In her text messages to her friends, Baynosa said she boarded a jeepney at the downtown area but when the jeepney had passed the area where she was supposed to get off, she said she alighted and walked back to Providence Negros, where two men, armed with guns, forcibly abducted her and brought her to an area that she is not familiar with.

As of yesterday afternoon, the cellular phone of Baynosa could still be contacted but no one was answering, Misajon said.

The police are still trying to locate her whereabouts, Misajon added.*SGG



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