23 Tourists In Tortuguero River Held Up, Thieves Still At Large

Three thieves targeted at a group of tourists traveling along the Tortuguero river, in Pococí de Limón, to steal their belongings.
Tortuguero is one of the most remote places in Costa Rica, alone in the northeastern corner of the country and surrounded by swampy mangroves, the most popular way of access is by boat
The incident occurred Saturday morning, from the La Pavona pier, two and a half kilometers to Barra Tortuguero,
According to the regional police chief, Randall Picado, the tourists left the pier and, when they were upstream, they were approached by three individuals who then fled off into the mountainous area.
“Three hooded and armed individuals came out of the bushes, held the tourists at gunpoint and, after robbing them, fled back through the mountainous area.

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