Trader sues Korean for not returning borrowed SUV

  • Written by Steve A. Gosuico
  • Published in Provincial
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CABANATUAN City -- A 30-year-old businessman sought police assistance on Thursday after his Ford
Everest sports utility vehicle was not returned to him by his neighbor, a Korean national, after
entrusting it to him last month.

Newly-designated provincial police director Senior Supt. Eliseo T. Tanding identified the
complainant as businessman Raymond Valeriano, of Avida Residences, Bgy. Sta. Arcadia, this city.
Valeriano alleged that on Sept. 27, 2017, he entrusted to Chai Myung-Su, 45, a Korean transient
resident of Avida Residences, his black Ford SUV with conduction sticker IP-1490, which is under
mortgage with My Bank Phils, Inc. but the latter has failed to return to him said vehicle since,
prompting him to file the complaint against the foreigner.
Tanding said he already directed his men to investigate the incident.