Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- The suspect in the death of a 28-year old female whose dismembered body parts were found in a washing machine and trolley bag was killed during a shootout with police authorities in Angeles City in the evening of March 25.
Initial investigation revealed that in the morning of March 24, 2019, a neighbor overheard the suspect identified as EDUARDO PASION y MACAPAGAL, 40 years old, male, married, airplane replica maker and a resident of #3094 Araw Malansik, Brgy. Sta. Teresita, Angeles City and victim identified as LINDSEY AVELINO y CHAN, 28 years old, female, single, sales agent, native of Camalaniugan, Cagayan, and presently residing at #2046 Purok 2 Brgy. Amsic, Angeles City quarreling inside their rented apartment and at about 10 o’clock in the morning of the  following day (March 25), PASION was seen restless while locking the front door of the rented apartment with two (2) steel padlocks and hurriedly left carrying one (1) black  trolley bag.
At about 7:00PM of March 25, personnel of Station 2- Angeles City Police Office received a telephone call from a concerned citizen reporting about the  decapitated body of a woman placed inside a washing machine. 
Immediately thereafter, personnel of Police Station 2 proceeded at #2046 Purok 2 Brgy. Amsic, Angeles City to verify the report. Upon arrival at the place of occurrence, they discovered the decapitated and dismembered cadaver of AVELINO placed inside a washing machine located inside the restroom of said apartment while the other parts of the body were nowhere to be found.
A follow-up operation at the suspect’s workplace at Purok 4, Brgy Pampang, Angeles City was conducted for his possible arrest and when operatives chanced upon him, the former ran at the grassy portion and opened fire against the operatives prompting the lawmen to retaliate causing his instantaneous death while an operative wearing a protective vest was hit but was unharmed.
Recovered from  PASION’s possession were the following: one (1) piece .9mm pistol; one (1) 9mm magazine with seven (7) pieces of live ammunition; two (2) fired empty shells and one (1) black trolley bag containing the head, arms, calf and feet of the victim.  
““This accomplishment only goes to show that PRO3 is quick in resolving cases and very serious in its campaign against lawlessness. We continue to appeal for public support to continue helping us in our fight against lawlessness by providing relevant information,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT JOEL NAPOLEON CORONEL said.