Lintuan’s remains will be buried today (Sunday) after the 10 a.m. mass at the chapel of the Buhangin Memorial Park.
The “possible suspect” was nabbed in Buhangin district, at Banok’s, a barbecue restaurant with several branches in the city.
Caro identified the “possible suspect” as Oliver B. Antok, 30, who, according to two of three witnesses, reportedly resembled the sketch earlier rendered by an artist of the National Bureau of Investigation. A third witness was not able to identify Antok.
Caro said Antok was nabbed Friday evening at around 6:30, while buying roasted chicken. He was charged with illegal possession of a caliber .45 gun and shabu.
Caro, however, noted that the bullets used in killing Lintuan did not match Antok’s gun.
Antok is now in the custody of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (MindaNews)