Two people charged after pregnant woman’s body found in car trunk in Thessaloniki

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Two suspects have been arrested in connection to the brutal murder of a 41-year-old pregnant woman in Thessaloniki on New Year’s Day.

According to Ekathimerini, the suspects, including the victim’s boyfriend, 39, and his friend, 34, who assisted with the crime, were charged with murder and four other offenses on Tuesday.

The victim’s body was discovered abandoned in a remote area of Halkidiki, northern Greece, the day before.

Both suspects are currently in custody; despite the boyfriend’s denial of any involvement, his friend has since provided authorities with a comprehensive account of how the premeditated crime was committed.

The now defendants are scheduled to appear before an investigative magistrate on Wednesday, who will issue their arrest warrants.

Source: Ekathimerini

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