Peru police get dollars 1m cash reward

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The Independent Online
LIMA (Reuter) - President Alberto Fujimori on Monday gave a dollars 1m (pounds 585,000) reward to 50 officials and agents of the anti- terrorism police who helped capture Peru's most wanted man, Abimael Guzman, leader of the Shining Path guerrillas.

Mr Fujimori arrived at a police recreational centre with a sack he said contained dollars 1m in cash. 'In the name of the government, I recently offered a dollars 500,000 reward for the capture of Guzman. This sum has been doubled,' he said at a ceremony attended by members of the anti-terrorism police.