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The owners of famed drug lord Pablo Escobar's once-upon-a-time stash house in Miami have found themselves some mystery while demolishing the Narcos inspiration's home. It's being reported that two safes have been discovered in Escobar's Florida home—both of which were well-hidden in the foundation. Unfortunately, one has been stolen.
After the discovery of the first combination-locked safe, and its subsequent theft, authorities have made sure to keep the second locked up so that whoever went for the first won't do the same of the latter find.
CBS News reports that the second safe's contents are so far unknown—as was the contents of the first—but the construction worker who unearthed the second safe, Miguel Mato, believes it to be something of value.
Of course, he's merely speculating, but considering it once belonged to Pablo Escobar, a man who was once reportedly worth an astounding $30 billion—with a b!—according to a report from Business Insider, Mato is probably not far off.
Per Mato's comments, the safe was hidden in the walls of the nearly demolished mansion.
"I pulled the wall down, and when the wall fell, it's actually like a hollow floor. And when the wall fell on the floor, it kind of broke into it and then I saw it. I saw the safe," he said.
Shockingly enough, despite what's inside of the safe, CBS is reporting that the new owners of the home, Christian de Berdouare and Jennifer Valoppi, are legally entitled to what's inside of it.
Though, maybe not if it's a whole heap of cocaine. We're guessing.
Last year, Netflix released Season 1 of Narcos, a series based on the life and times of Pablo Escobar. Season 2 is currently being filmed.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.