Incredible Discovery Made At The Former Miami Hideout Of Pablo Escobar
Inside a Miami Beach home once owned by the notorious drug dealer Pablo Escobar, a safe weighing hundreds of pounds was found in the walls of the foundation.
This is the second safe found in the home since it was purchased 1990 by a private owner after its seizure by the U.S. government.
The first safe disappeared shortly after it was discovered.
A construction worker found the shockingly small safe given it’s weight and had to convince the owner of the home he wasn’t joking around. This time the owners aren’t taking any chances, immediately having it shipped to a secure facility to have it opened.
According to the law they are entitled to the contents of the safe.
MIAMI — A second safe has been found on the Miami Beach property where the mansion of the late notorious Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar once stood,reports CBS Miami. The big question is — what’s inside?
The mansion is believed to have been used as a stash house for cash.
While he was using an excavator, construction worker Miguel Mato found the safe hidden in the concrete foundation, in the last wall to be knocked down.
The combination-locked safe is two feet by two feet and weighs hundreds of pounds.
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