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Employee who murdered boss and bank staff claimed he was owed money
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thinkSPAIN , Sunday, January 16, 2011

A DISGRUNTLED employee who murdered his boss and then shot two employees of the CAM bank in Olot (Girona) in cold blood says the bank was demanding money from him that he did not owe and that he had not been given his extra pays for June and Christmas.

Pere Puig was arrested shortly after opening fire on a male and female cashier in the bank using a 'powerful' shotgun that he kept for hunting wild boar.

Immediately prior to this he had shot dead Joan Tubert, head of the construction company he worked for.

It was a florist at a premises next to the bank who heard the shots ring out and called the police.

Puig claimed the CAM bank was ordering him to pay back a debt of 5,000 euros which he had not spent and could not afford.

He was described as 'desperate' when he committed his crimes, which the police say he carried out in cold blood.

 
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