Greek Cops Hunt Pakistani Suspect in Teen Girlfriend’s Murder

ATHENS – Greek police are searching for a 30-year-old Pakistani man suspected in the suffocation murder of his 17-year-old girlfriend that reportedly happened after the pair argued.

He was not named and only her first name, Nicoletta, was given, said PLIndia which said the suspect had been living in her apartment with her mother an sister although it wasn’t said where they were when the killing happened.

The teenage minor girl’s affair with the 30-year-old Pakistani man was reportedly objected to by her mother and the killer quickly fled the scene after also taking some valuables, it was said.

Her body was taken to a medical examiner with the report adding it was found she had been smothered to death, indications a hand had been placed over her mouth to keep her from breathing.

Georgios Dilernia, the medical examiner also said that the accused had pressed his fingers and nails on her mouth and nose to kill her and that there were bruises on her hand indicating she likely fought back, the report said.

Nicoletta’s father talked to the media to reveal and said he learned about her death in a text message from the other daughter saying that, “Dad, we lost Nicoletta, Sunny killed her.”

He added that the duo was in a relationship for the past 10 months and they  “were happy,” and her friends also said that, and they where shocked although it wasn’t said why they may have been arguing.


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