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Glyka Nera: “There are no indications of an accomplice in the crime”

“So far there are no indications of an accomplice,” said Greek Police (ELAS) spokesman Apostolos Skrekas about the murder in Glyka Nera.

“So far there are no indications of an accomplice,” said ELAS (Greek Police) spokesman Apostolos Skrekas about the murder in Glyka Nera.

Mr. Skrekas stated that “after his transfer from Alonissos, the 33-year-old was the one who accurately described his actions”, while noting that the investigation of the case was done through data from the digital findings of the forensic investigations.

“In order to refute the initial allegation of robbery of the husband killer, a very large investigation was carried out by ELAS,” he added, adding that “we are waiting for an order for any other action needed, as anything that may arise from the main interrogation”.

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