A north suburban male was shot and killed in Costa Rica during a business outing for a designed oppulance condo development, his family confirmed.
Michael Caspi, of Riverwoods, had visited a Central American nation a series of times, though on his final trip, only after 5 a.m. on Mar 23, he was shot after withdrawal an unit building to accommodate an familiarity watchful in a circuitously automobile in a collateral city of San Jose, according to family members and internal media reports.
Three people, who seemed to have been watchful for Caspi, shot him 4 times afterwards attacked him of some of his belongings, including a briefcase with cash, family members said. Costa Rican authorities could not be reached for comment.
The news dumbfounded his family and friends, many of whom knew Caspi as a tennis pro who gave lessons to children and adults on a indoor justice he had built during his Riverwoods home.
“He was really talented, really strong, really mentally dedicated,” pronounced Caspi’s brother, Simon Fedida, 52. “He had a champion mentality.”
Riverwoods military pronounced they were wakeful of Caspi’s genocide and were not conducting a apart investigation.
“I was really unhappy to hear about it,” pronounced Riverwoods military Chief Bruce Dayno.
Caspi, 40, was innate in Israel though came to a U.S. when he 14 to play tennis, Fedida said. Caspi had twin citizenship in America and Israel, where he was recently buried, Fedida said.