Saturday 15 May 2021

Police Raid Alleged “House of Massages” in Los Anonos, Escazú

A house, located in Los Anonos, in Escazu, where allegedly therapeutic massages were given, was raided Wednesday afternoon by the Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ) with the support of the Escazú Municipal Police.

José Rodolfo Ibarra of the Escazu Municipal Police said the new police units were used in the raid.

According to José Rodolfo Ibarra, press officer of the Escazú Municipal Police, they arrested a woman who was the manager of the ‘house of massages’.

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Unofficially it transpired that there were 5 people inside the house, one of them – in appearance – was a minor of 17 years of age.

 

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