Money-Changer Robbed at Western Border

Money-Changer Robbed at Western Border

A money-changer was robbed at gunpoint this morning at the western border.  59-year-old, Hilberto Herrarte, was reportedly at the money-changing booth at around six thirty this morning when two Hispanic men came on a motorcycle; one jumped off the cycle and held up Herrarte, using a firearm.  Herrarte handed over his purse containing six thousand dollars and an undisclosed number of quetzals and pesos.  The robbers, who were bare-faced, then headed towards Benque Viejo del Carmen Town. 

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