3rd shabu lab found in Pampanga; 3 Chinese sought by cops

/ 07:36 PM November 14, 2016
Shabu laboratory found by the police in Arayat town, Pampanga in September (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

This Sept. 22, 2016 file photo shows the shabu laboratory found by the police in Arayat town, Pampanga also in September.  (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga — Policemen in Pampanga and Bulacan are after three Chinese nationals suspected of operating a laboratory and warehouse of shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride), which was discovered in Apalit, Pampanga, on Saturday (Nov. 12).

Robert Ngan Yiu Ting, also known as Robert Gan, and his supposed cohorts Lolita and Raymond Gan, are now subjects of a manhunt, according to Chief Supt. Aaron Aquino, Central Luzon police director.


The laboratory was discovered at the Gans’ residence in Sitio Sto. Niño in Barangay San Juan, when Enrique Calaguas, sheriff of the Regional Trial Court Branch 79 in the City of Malolos in Bulacan province, served a writ of execution in a civil case between the Gans and Feedmix Specialist II Inc., a report released here on Monday (Nov. 14) stated.

Police found chemicals and equipment used in the manufacture of shabu, but have not released any information as to how many kilograms of shabu it could produce, nor when it began operating in the village.


This was the third shabu laboratory found in Pampanga this year.

Two other facilities were found in the towns of Magalang and Arayat in September.

In previous years, four laboratories were uncovered in Angeles City.  SFM

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