Police in Costa Rica

A good example of the police not being where you need them in Costa Rica is how the Fiscal Control Police (PCP) spend their time. This past week the PCP raided a shop in Guadalupe that sells groceries, appliances and perfume for anomalies associated with imported products. These special “Fiscal Control Police” seized property because they could not clearly establish how the merchandise entered the country. The particular chain of stores that was targeted generated attention because they supposedly advertised deals that seemed to good to be true in La Teja. You think that maybe the police could find a better use of their time than going after store owners suspected of selling merchandise too cheap??

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