Quito Ecuador: Man presumed drugged with Scopolamine at bank ATM, dies

Posted on August 26, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Ecuador, Latin America Health, TRAVEL

Ppelverdadero.com.ec reported that at 22:00 on Wednesday, Carlos Ceron Albuja Thomas, 43 years old, with Ricardo Patricio Simba Panchi were presumably drugged while drawing money from the cashier of the Bank of Guayaquil, located in the streets Cuero y Caicedo and August 10. According to reports from relatives of Ceron, he died while being taken to the Police Control Unit (UPC) of the housing sector, north of Quito. The now deceased, tells his cousin Pablo Morales, would have left Guayllabamba to Quito to meet with several friends, but make money when the cashier were approached by some criminals. Read Article

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