US Government Gets Involved in Case of Missing 5Dimes Owner

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/04/2018

The US Department of State has confirmed they are looking into the disappearance of missing sportsbook owner Sean "Tony" Creighton.


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Creighton is the founder and current owner of 5Dimes Sportsbook in San Pedro, Costa Rica.  He has been missing since September 24.

Creigton, 43, started the sportsbook in 1999.  He was raised in Bridgeport, West Virginia and owned a home in Morgantown, WV along with a former girlfriend up until two years ago.  Both his mother and father have since passed away and Sean was an only child.  The dad, who owned a handful of Giant Eagle supermarkets, passed away last year.

Creigton's wife claimed he was kidnapped and that she paid upwards of a $1 million ransom via Bitcoin. 

The Costa Rica Star reported two weeks ago that his body had been found, however, the coroner's office claimed it was not in receipt of Creighton's body.

Now the US Government says it plans to get to the bottom of this matter.

David Payne Pardum of ESPN.com posted the following statement from the US state department spokesperson.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com

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