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Gary V. Giordano, the US citizen being held in the disappearance of 35-year-old Robyn Gardner, covers his head while being led to jail from a police station in San Nicolas, Aruba, Monday Aug. 15, 2011. (AP Photo/Pedro Famous Diaz)

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A Maryland man detained in Aruba in the presumed death of his travel partner had an accidental-death insurance policy on her for $1.5 million and sought to claim the money two days after reporting her missing, a person who provided information to the investigation has told The Associated Press.

The details of the policy obtained by Gary V. Giordano before his trip to Aruba may help explain why he has been detained on suspicion of involvement in the death of Robyn Gardner during their short getaway to the Dutch Caribbean island.

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