By: Tang Pei-chun, Emerson Lim and Lilian Wu
Taipei, Oct. 11 (CNA) Taiwan’s representative office in the Philippines is trying to ascertain the identities of three people found dead in central Luzon in the Philippines, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.
According to Philippine media, the three suspected Taiwanese, along with another believed to be Chinese, were found dead in two locations in the region’s Pampanga Province.
The ministry has asked the office to maintain close contact with police of the Philippines to stay abreast of the progress of the investigation.
ABS-CBN News reported that a farmer found the three bodies — one woman and two men — near a sugar cane farm at around 6:30 a.m., and gave their ages as between 30 and 35. [FULL STORY]