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fake omega watches FOUR people were injured in an explosion traced to a leaking LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) tank inside a bakery in Caloocan City early Thursday. F02 Alwin Culianan, an arson investigator, said the 1:14 a.m. blast ripped through the Park and Go bakery, owned by Eugenio Angel Rama, which operates 24 hours a day on Samson Road corner Lapu-Lapu Street. Rama is  based in Cebu City, according to Culianan. Four employees then on-duty were brought to Caloocan City Medical Center for burns. They were identified as Ayin Entoroliso, 24; Estelita Libod Libod, 22; Irvin Libod Libod, 21; and Rodolfo Villamor, 30.  F01 Camilo Mardo said Entoroliso and Villamor suffered second-degree burns on their hands, feet and right leg, while Estelita and Irvin Libod Libod suffered first-degree burns on the right arm. The explosion caused a fire within the small bakery that was immediately contained. Kristine Felisse Mangunay
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A businessman and his family lost a collection of 21 watches worth P1.85 million in a burglary that hit their Quezon City home while they were out of town for a Christmas reunion.  Police on Thursday said Julius Ceasar Villarama, 53, of Matahimik Street, Barangay Teachers Village, reported the loss of 3 Rolex watches worth P1 million, 2 Omega watches worth P200,000, 12 Tag Heuer men’s watches worth P400,000, 3 Tag Heuer ladies’ watches worth P100,000 and a Douder watch worth P150,000. The Villaramas were in Malolos, Bulacan province, when someone forced their front door open after they left on Wednesday, Christmas day.  The steel safe containing the watches was gone from the master bedroom when the family returned around 1 a.m. Thursday. Julie M. Aurelio

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