55-year-old teacher robbed, hit with dumbbells while sleeping in the bedroom, dies

55-year-old teacher robbed, hit with dumbbells while sleeping in the bedroom, dies

- A 55-year-old teacher in Himamaylan, Negros Occidental was found dead in her room

- She was sleeping when two men broke the window of her home, got inside, and also ransacked her home

- Police believed robbery was the primary motive as the home was in a disarray

- Reports also revealed that she was hit with dumbbells on her head

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A 55-year-old teacher, Cecilia Adorador of Aguisan Elementary School, was killed after two men forcibly entered her home.

ABS-CBN reported that the teacher was a teacher of Barangay Aguisan Elementary School in Barangay Aguisan, Himamaylan City.

Maj. Romeo Vargas, the officer-in-charge of the city police, said she suffered head injuries and that she was alone in her room when the incident happened, Philstar reported.

She was reportedly struck by dumbbells, Inquirer stated. Authorities still have to determine the exact value of the things taken from her home.

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55-year-old teacher robbed, hit with dumbbells while sleeping in the bedroom, dies

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Source: UGC

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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