Tourist couple becomes victims of Pacific rip tide

A couple with Indian nationality became the latest victims of a Pacific rip tide. They died Sunday at Playa Langosta near Tamarindo. The couple, both in their 20s, were guests at the Hotel Barceló and were swept away while wading in the surf.

Friday judicial agents recovered the body of a man with the last name of Bermúdez who had been reported missing. He was found in the sea in Caldera.  He was 51, agents said.

Meanwhile, agents still are trying to identify a man who fell from the cruise ship dock in Puntarenas June 13. The fall appears to have been an accident, but the man had no identification.

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