German murdered in his house in Santo Domingo
Two people were shot late Wednesday at a house in the Rosmil urbanization, belonging to a German.


Werner Munch lived alone in the 2 storey house, which he was in the process of remodeling,  and he owned a finance company in a nearby street.

According to neighbors, the attackers were people trusted by Munch.

Reports from the scene have suggested that three men arrived at the house in a Honda Accord car and two went inside. Three women working at the house were gagged and tied.

What happened after that is unclear, but it seems the gunmen began shooting wildly, also injuring a seven year old  child at a neighboring house. They then stole a motor scooter and made their escape.

It is not known if anything was stolen in the attack.
The same house was robbed in August 2007 and the Police arrested Alex Matos Soto, 24 while he was in the house.


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