Wife of racer Enzo Pastor on Interpol's wanted list
MANILA, Philippines – Dalia Guerrero-Pastor, wife of international racing champ Enzo Pastor, has been placed on the wanted list of the international police organization Interpol.
The Quezon City Police District had sought the Interpol's help.
The Quezon City Regional Trial Court Branch 91 earlier ordered her arrest over the killing of her husband in June 2014. She was charged with parricide for allegedly conniving with businessman Domingo "Sandy" de Guzman to kill Enzo on June 12, 2014.
De Guzman and the alleged gunman, Police Officer Edgar Angel, face murder charges.
Angel, who first admitted to the killing but later recanted, earlier identified Dalia and De Guzman as masterminds in Pastor's murder.
The Philippine Star had earlier reported that Dalia is in Malaysia.
The international car racer was killed at the corner of Congressional and Visayas avenues in Quezon City while on his way to a competition in Pampanga. He sustained gunshot wounds in the head, neck, and arms.
In a resolution last February, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said that while there was no evidence that Dalia and De Guzman were directly involved in the murder, there was "interlocking circumstantial evidence that would point to their complicity in the commission of the crime."
The resolution also cited the affidavit of Chona Domen, the househelp of the Pastors, who detailed what she knew about the affair that the suspects were having. – Rappler.com