6 Turks killed in Greece!
The identities of the 6 people who died in the armed attack in the Artemida suburb of Athens have been announced.
It was learnt that the people killed in the attack, which was allegedly based on a mafia showdown, were members of a criminal network known by the Turkish police and targeted by police investigations in the past.
According to the information obtained on the subject, 6 people died in the armed attack that took place in the Artemida suburb of Athens yesterday evening, and the Greek police launched a large-scale investigation in the region after the action. There was a new development in the investigation of the attack in which dozens of bullet casings were found at the scene of the incident.
While the investigation into the clash, which is claimed to be based on a mafia showdown, the identities of the 6 people who lost their lives were revealed. While efforts are underway to catch the perpetrators who fled the scene by car, it was learnt that the people killed were members of a criminal network known by the Turkish police and targeted by police investigations in the past.
The dead were alleged to be close associates of Barış Boyun, the ringleader of the criminal organisation, who was also involved in a series of armed attacks in Turkey and was living as a fugitive in Italy.
GREEK POLICE CONTINUE THEIR WORK
It was noted that Doruk B. and other names among the killed people were close men of the gang ringleader Barış Boyun.
It is learnt that Doruk B., one of the victims, escaped from police pursuit with Oğuzhan H. a few months ago and fled to the forest in Çekmeköy district of Istanbul.
Oğuzhan H. was caught by Istanbul Organised Police at the border crossing while he was going to Georgia illegally in a TIR and Doruk B. was alleged to have fled to Greece by road.