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Unraveling the mystery of Kalogeropoulos' execution

Limassol Investigators seek motive behind startling coastal murder


Two suspects, aged 41 and 44, were arrested in connection with the murder of Thanasis Kalogeropoulos, which took place in the coastal area of Germasogeia. Limassol CID investigators apprehended the suspects, believing that the 41-year-old suspect served as both the motorcycle's driver and the shooter who fired at Kalogeropoulos with a pistol.

According to a report from Phile News, the role of the 44-year-old suspect is still under investigation, as he is suspected to have hosted the 41-year-old in his mansion for two months. Additionally, the two suspects are believed to have transported the motorcycle to the arson site after the murder. The investigative team is now focused on identifying the motorcycle's co-passenger, the second shooter, and any other individuals involved in the murder.

Despite the arrests, the motive behind Kalogeropoulos' execution remains a mystery. Investigations have revealed that the planning, organization, and execution of the murder took place in the 44-year-old's mansion.

The two suspects appeared in court, facing charges of conspiracy to commit murder, premeditated murder, possession, carrying, and use of firearms, possession, carrying, and use of explosives, arson, and theft of a motor vehicle. They entered the courtroom wearing bulletproof vests and were accompanied by heavy security.

The investigation also utilized closed-circuit surveillance footage, which proved crucial in tracking the suspects' movements. The suspects made errors that allowed their actions to be captured on surveillance cameras, ultimately leading to their arrest.


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