Mayor Quisumbing offers P200K bounty to capture Councilor Andaya’s killer
The reward money matches the city government’s hot pursuit for justice.
Mayor Luigi Quisumbing and Vice Mayor Carlo Fortuna have decided to dangle a P200,000 reward money that would lead to the capture of the killer of the late Mandaue Councilor Beethoven Andaya, who was found dead inside a resort room on Sept. 11.
The politiko said the bounty will be given to anyone who can provide reliable information that would lead to the arrest of his killers, especially now that the police are considering the murder angle apart from an initial case of robbery.
“It is our hope that this reward may serve to bring swift justice for Toben’s family,” Quisumbing said.