The police are still looking for the enraged driver who gunned down a biker after they had a fistfight for unknown reasons, Monday night in Quiapo.

The incident was recorded by the CCTV. 

The victim, who was later on identified as Mark Vincent Garalde, was riding his bicycle along the southbound lane of P. Casal around 9:30 p.m. when a red Hyundai EON blocked him. This lead to a confrontation, and then to a fistfight.

According to the CCTV footage, Garalde and the suspect was fighting for more than a minute until Garalde had headlocked the suspect.

Biker killer in Quiapo road rage still at large
Photo by Joven Cagande
When he released the EON driver, the latter walked back to his car while Garalde grabbed his bike and peered into the passenger side of the window as if talking to someone.

Garalde started to walk away with his vehicle but the suspect followed suit, with a gun, and shot him in the head. He fired four more shots at the victim, despite already being slumped on the pavement.

A police source identified the suspect as Von Tanto. They recovered five spent shells from a calibre .45 at the scene. | ASCS - FNPH

Source: Philstar

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