From Moravia to Zaragoza: How Did The Alleged Tico Kidnappers Make It To Spain?

He is 25, identified by his last names Morales Vega and alleged to be the mastermind behind the kidnapping of 43-year-old William Sean Creighton, who went missing in Costa Rica last September 24 and hasn’t been heard of since.
The early Friday morning raid on grandma’s house in Moravia
Morales, his mother, 45-year-old mother (Vega Aguirre) and his girlfriend (Solis Chaves) were living large in Zaragoza, Spain, apparently with the ransom money paid by Creighton’s family for his return.
However, on Friday the party came to an end when in a predawn raid by Spain’s Guardia Civil, all three were arrested.
The trio are the upper part of the structure that, presumably, kidnapped Creighton and whose whereabouts are still a mystery.
In Costa Rica, nine others were arrested by the

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