ANGELES City -- A Korean man wanted for fraud in his country was arrested by operatives of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG)-Angeles City, the other day.
Senior Insp. Arvin Hosmillo, CIDG-Angeles City head, identified the suspect as Sangman Nam, 40, who is facing a fraud case in South Korea.
It was learned that the Korean was already arrested by CIDG last March by virtue of an order from the Bureau of Immigration but was able to escape.
He was re-arrested at the posh Hacienda Royale Subdivision in the nearby City of San Fernando by CIDG operatives and a representative of the Korean police, Chief Insp. Choi Goya (Korean Desk Police liaison).
Aside from the Bureau of Immigration order signed by Commissioner Jaime Morente, the suspect is also subject of an Interpol Red Notice dated March 2, 2018.
The suspect, who has a tattoo on his right arm, was temporarily detained at the CIDG-Angeles City detention facility and transferred to the Bureau of Immigration for deportation proceedings.