A new spate of thefts at the hotel where tragic Irish bride Michaela McAreavey was murdered look disturbingly similar to the events that led to her death.
Yet another employee of Legends Hotel, the five star holiday destination where McAreavey was strangled in January, was caught robbing customer's belongings while they were away from their rooms Mauritian police confirmed.
Reaz Garib Nayad, 38, was charged with larceny after money was stolen from Indian hotel guests who were about to leave the upscale resort.
According to the Herald Nayad gained access to the two rooms with a magnetic card and stole approximately $1,200 in different currencies.
Hotel staff called the police when alerted of the theft, fearful that the hotel's reputation would be further damaged by a spate of new robberies.
It's too late for that. Last week's thefts were distressingly similar to circumstances surrounding the death of McAreavey, 27 year old daughter of Tyrone GAA manager Mickey Harte.
Mauritian police believe that Michaela and John McAreavey's honeymoon suite was targeted by a crime ring operating within the hotel.
McAreavey was strangled on January 10 when she caught thieves stealing money from her hotel room.
It appears that the Legend's Hotel's management have not learnt their lesson after the last tragedy.
Four hotel workers have been arrested in connection with the murder of McAreavey.Read more: Michaela Harte’s murderers confess their crimes and motives