The Quezon City Police Department chief warned the government employee to surrender as soon as possible if he did not want to be raided by the SWAT.
In a statement, QCPD District Director P/Brig. Gen. Nicolas Torre III urged the still unidentified employee to voluntarily visit them together with the weapon he pointed to the cyclist.
Torre said that if the suspect refused to surrender they would be forced to ask for SWAT’s assistance to enforce a search warrant.
“Pakidala at surrender na rin ng baril mo para di na kami mag-search warrant sa bahay mo. Baka kabahan ang SWAT ko, at makalabitan ka pa ng M16,” said Torre.
The suspect was driving a red sedan car with a license plate of ULQ-802.
Atty. Raymond Fortun, the lawyer of the cyclist said that they already identified the suspect and his location.
The incident happened on August 6, but only went viral this week after the cyclist decided to speak up about what happened.
The victim was not planning to file formal charges against the government employee that may possible removed from his current position because of the incident.