The Puerto Plata Cathedral was robbed for 45,000 pesos in offerings
PUERTO PLATA National Police today reported that an offender entered the Cathedral of St. Philip the Apostle in Puerto Plata and stole 45,000 pesos in product offerings that were kept in the sacristy of the religious temple.
The action has been classified by the Catholic church as blasphemy. They name Francisco Familia Jaquez (Franklin), 29 years old, who allegedly entered the cathedral without exerting violence against doors or windows as allegedly he used a master key called “Picks”.
Familiar Jaquez who is accused of being a common criminal by agents of the National Police, entered the main Catholic church in Puerto Plata covering his face with umbrella, but was caught on security cameras.
At the time of writing this information, the police has not arrested the offender yet but revealed that several departments are looking for him to send him to court.
Source: Puerto Plata Digital
May 25, 2015
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