JUSTICE SECRETARY Menardo I. Guevarra on Tuesday said he has ordered the prosecutor’s office to apply for a precautionary travel ban against the suspects in the killing of a broadcaster in Dumaguete City. The suspects who are not yet in the custody of authorities will be included in the precautionary hold departure order (PHDO). “All of the suspects who are still at-large (will be placed in the PHDO). I gave instructions to the (Office of the City Prosecutor) regarding PHDO yesterday, but the BI (Bureau of Immigration) was alerted last week pa,” Mr. Guevarra told reporters in a text message. Radio broadcaster Dindo Generoso was gunned down on his way to work on Nov. 7. Two suspects, identified as Glenn Corsame and Teddy Salaw, were arrested last week. Mr. Guevarra also said an immigration lookout bulletin order was issued for businessman Tomasino Aledro. The other suspect identified as the gunman is Roger Rubio, an active police officer. — Vann Marlo M. Villegas