Monday, 26 October 2020

Mother and Son linked to businessman’s kidnapping back in Costa Rica

A mother and her son arresed in Spain linked to the kidnapping of American businessman Sean William Creighton, 43, are back in the country, extradited from Spain and in the custody of Costa Rican authorities.

Identified by the surnames Vega Aguirre (mother) and Morales Vega (son), they are two of several suspected of kidnapping and extortion.

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Pending extradition fron Spain is another suspect, a woman, surnamed Solís Chaves.

Creighton was last seen on September 24, 2018.

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