Philippine National Police

National Capital Region Police Office



NCRPO Chief PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS lauds the successful manhunt operation of the personnel of San Juan City Police Station, Eastern Police District which led to the arrest of their station’s number 2 Most Wanted Person.

The operation was conducted at about 9:35 AM of July 10, 2020 at P. Guevara Extension, Brgy. Corazon De Jesus, San Juan City.

Accused was identified as Niccolo Dimal y Dacer aka Echo, Male, 20 years old, Single, Senior High School Student, residing at Unit-6 156 Nathan Classics Town House, F. Benitez St.,Brgy. Pasadena, San Juan City.

Accordingly, the search for the exact location of Dimal had been difficult for the operatives as he was hiding in a private townhouse. Continuous operational research, surveillance and monitoring were conducted against him. Thereafter operatives received an information from a confidential informant that the accused, her mother and lawyer would be posting a bail for his case.

Upon finding the information to be meritable, the personnel of Warrant and Subpoena Section, Intelligence Section and Follow up Section of San Juan City Police Station immediately conducted police operation in the said area in coordination with the security guard to apprehend Dimal.

The suspect was arrested by virtue of an Alias Order of Arrest for the case of Sexual Abuse (Under Section 5(b) of RA NO. 7610 docketed under Criminal Case Number 16110-SJ issued on June 11, 2020 issued by Hon. Cesar Pabel D. Sulit, Presiding Judge of National Capital Judicial Region, Regional Trial Court, Pasig City Branch 162, stationed in San Juan City.

The acused is presently detained at San Juan City Police Station and will be presented before the issuing court for proper disposition.

“I commend the successful execution of the manhunt charlie operation by the personnel of San Juan City Police Station which led to the arrest of the No. 2 Most Wanted Person in their list. Finding accused persons who are hiding from law requires patience, dedication and hardwork. Despite the hurdles that our operatives are experiencing, I am elated that they are committed to serve warrants and bring the accused persons before the law,” said PMGEN SINAS.