Friday, 3 July 2020

Bank Manager and ¢378 Million Colones Missing

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Juan Carlos Quesada is the prime suspect in the missing ¢378 million colones (US$750.000 dollars) missing from the vault of the Banco Nacional Cobano branch

Quesada, a manager of the at the branch in Santa Teresa de Cóbano de Puntarenas, was last seen Saturday night when a taxi driver drove him home. He had worked for the Banco Nacional for the last 18 years, the last 4 years in Cobano.

The alert came Tuesday when Quesada did not show for work and bank auditors discovered the missing month.

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The Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ) was called in on Monday first to investigate a missing person. The investigation turned into a robbery and countrywide manhunt after auditors found cash missing from the vault.

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