Canadian, Tico found shot to death in Jacó on Saturday morning

May 14, 2011

Two men, a Canadian and a Costa Rican,  were shot to death and found in a vehicle in the area of Quebrada Amarilla in Jacó, Puntarenas on the central Pacific Coast, according to the daily La Nación.

The bodies were discovered in the front seat of a white Toyota Land Cruiser. Authorities identified the deceased as Jaques Cloutier, 59, of Canada and Luis Antonio Angulo Díaz, 70.

The two were found at 5:50 a.m. Saturday morning. The reason for the crime remains under investigation.

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