Costa Rica; Canadian Tourist Murdered, Multiple Stab Wounds

Posted on March 9, 2017 • Filed under: Costa Rica, Tourist Attacked, Tourist Killed

A Canadian teacher has been killed in what is believed to have been a violent robbery in Costa Rica.

citynews.ca / Bruce McCallum, 58, who taught at Albert Campbell Collegiate in Scarborough, was found dead around 4:30 a.m. last Sunday in the southern Caribbean town of Puerto Viejo, Limón. He had suffered multiple stab wounds.

McCallum had reportedly woken up early to take pictures of the sunrise when he was attacked. Local police say his camera was missing from his backpack when they found him. Read Article

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