A tourist was robbed of $20 million in Cartagena when he asked for escort services

A tourist was robbed of $20 million in Cartagena when he asked for escort services

Hours of tension lived a tourist in Cartagenaafter he requested the services of an escort to a woman who later stole her personal belongings in a apartment in the Bocagrande neighborhood, in the tourist area of ​​Corralito de Piedra.

This was confirmed by the city police who intercepted a young woman, who would have been in charge of stealing this man’s belongings. According to the versions, this woman in an oversight of the tourist of American nationality, stole several articles that in the total amount, cost 20 million pesos. Among what were cell phones, computers, credit cards and computers.

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The general of the Cartagena Police, Nicolás Zapata, mentioned that “We have been showing that. ANDThis is a risk that no tourist should experience. You can end up in a hospital scopolated and your belongings stolen. Fortunately, thanks to the complaints, we managed to recover the stolen items.

Thus, the general also reported that they are under the track of a gang that operates in the city that would apply this form of robbery to tourists.

Likewise, in recent weeks it was also known that a Mexican tourist would have been the victim of robbery after giving him scopolamine, and was found wandering the streets of Cartagena and fortunately he received help from some police auxiliaries He was transferred to a hospital. Once he recovered, he stated that this happened after hiring sexual services.

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Added to this problem is the excessive charges that tourists have also received on the beaches of Barú, because of the high costs they pay for food consumption or services that they do not ask for in advance.

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