Makis Synodinos

The investigations of the authorities continue at an unabated pace in order to outline the profiles of the 6 victims in Pike.

After hiding in the Artemis area a few kilometers away from the place where they were ambushed by unknown people, the police located a second house in Palaio Faliro which was allegedly rented by one of the victims.

And this, like the first hideout, is an Airbnb while searches are carried out in the presence of a judicial officer.

The forensic laboratories of ELAS are racing to unravel the landscape, while, according to police sources, the investigation so far shows that the vehicle in which the victims were traveling comes from Germany, had fake German license plates and belongs to a Romanian citizen. who had granted it to the victims.

The killers allegedly used 4 firearms, two of which are pistol-type.

From the investigation so far, it appears that the criminal group was operating in countries of the European Union but not in Greece, which leads the experienced ELAS officers to the conclusion that they were finding refuge in our country.

In the hands of the Greek authorities are the official documents they had requested by the police authorities of France and Turkey in order to identify the 6 victims of the bloody attack in Lutsa.

According to civil protection ministry sources, they are Turkish nationals, five of whom had fake French IDs, while the sixth was identified through fingerprints.

According to ministry officials, ELAS had previously communicated and cooperated with Europol and Interpol.

New revelations and a manhunt for the perpetrators

Manhunt to catch the perpetrators who executed 6 Turkish alleged mobsters and associates of notorious gang leader Barış Boyun in Lutsa has been unleashed by the police.

The same time, a new revelation made public by the show “Simera” of SKAI. According to exclusive information, 10 – 15 minutes before the murder, three of the six members of the gang had received a common message on their mobile phone in the Turkish language warning them to leave their hideoutbecause they had been spotted.

Despite the fact that they managed to collect their belongings, they did not manage to escape and were finally executed.

As it became known, the six victims were members of a criminal network known to the Turkish police who have been the target of police investigations in the past. In particular, the dead were close men of the leader of the criminal organization of Barış Boyun, who participated in many armed actions in Turkey and had fled to Italy.

According to Turkish press reports, the six victims of the murderous ambush in Lutsa are pictured in this photo:

In the past there were also attacks abroad against the head of the criminal network Barış Boyun, who lives in Italy as a fugitive. He himself ehe had established an executor’s office several years ago across Europe and the murdered members appear to have come to Greece after a double murder they had committed themselves in the French Alps at the beginning of last August. The executors and support team some of whom are said to be among Lutsa’s victims, are said to they came to Greece in order to find refuge to avoid the reprisals of their opponents. However, they apparently they found them and carried out an exemplary execution by firing at least 60 times from 3 or 4 guns

The car they were in is reportedly legal. It belongs to a German citizen. The passage of the car with the 6 passengers was timed last August from the Euzones station after the murder in the French Alps

Crime Against Life officers have located at least two vehicles allegedly rented by the victims while they were here. One of them was in Lutsa five minutes away, about 1 kilometer from the scene of the murder.

At the same time, there is a video that has recorded the movement of the victims’ vehicle and a black jeep that is believed to belong to the killers is following from behind.