Those named include a doctor in New York City; a man located in Westchester County, NY; and a textile conservation company in New Mexico.Combe-Fritz initially told the officers that he had come to Miami for a vacation and to do some shopping for his wife and child. He said that he had purchased the artifacts for $500 from the Inca market in Lima, and that he intended to send them to his aunt in San Francisco.On further questioning by Customs officers, however, Combe admitted that he was bringing the artifacts in for three persons whose names were on a list given to him by his father, who had also paid for his ticket.
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