United Auctioneers’ Dominic Sytin killed by riding-in-tandem at hotel doorstep
Bilyonaryo Dominic Sytin, owner United Auctioneers Inc., was assassinated at the doorstep of a Subic Freeport hotel Wednesday night.
In a report by ABS-CBN, PO1 Arnold Cipriano of said that past 8 p.m., Sytin was shot in the head and instantly killed. Sytin’s bodyguard was also shot and was rushed to a nearby hospital.
The police said the gunman walked casually back to his riding-in-tandem partner after the shootings and fled. Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority immediately issued a lockdown of the Freeport.
Sytin founded the country’s biggest auction house for trucks, equipment, and used vehicles in the middle of the 1998 financial crisis.
Last year, Sytin recently acquired control of LMG Chemicals Corp. and installed as its Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.
A graduate of the University of the Philippines, Sytin was a prime supporter of the school’s volleyball team.
United Auctioneers Inc. CEO Dominic Sytin was killed by riding-in-tandem at around 8pm in Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
Meanwhile, a bullet shell from the murder weapon was found on sidewalk in Moonbay Marina Complex. | via Jonas Reyes pic.twitter.com/nXPiuz6PML
— Manila Bulletin News (@manilabulletin) November 28, 2018
Behind the dark clouds, is a silver lining…
Thank you very much to UP alumni, Dominic and Ann Sytin of United… https://t.co/vsrtypVUD6
— UP Lady Maroons (@UPWVT) August 29, 2016
BIG NEWS: United Auctioneers Inc. (UAI) lead by its President & CEO Mr. Dominic Sytin, Vice Chairman Mr. Rommel Sytin and Corporate Secretary Mr. Kenneth Sytin paid a courtesy call to his Excellency President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in Davao City, Philippines
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United Auctioneers (@UaiAuction) February 26, 2018
Our sincerest gratitude to Mr. Dominic Sytin, Chairman & President of United Auctioneers, Inc. for his generous donation to the Philippine Red Cross. This donation would help in the maintenance of M/V PRC Amazing Grace, which would benefit our people in times of
— Philippine Red Cross (@philredcross) January