The Greek police is close to the disclosure of the bloody robbery on the island of Paros, which, according to recent data, is attributed to Albanians. As it was found, the car used in the Friday's robbery in the branch of Alpha Bank in the town of Naoussa, Paros Island, and in which 53-year-old Dimitris Mihas was killed, is the same, by which another robbery with three wounded was commited in November 2010, at the parking lot in front of the Praktiker chain store on Vulyagmenis Boulevard in Athens.
Then three people were injured during the pursuit of the two Albanians, who committed the robbery at 21:00 pm on 10 November, 2010. The two Albanians went, by a stolen car, to the store chain Praktiker, in the neighbourhood of Elliniko, and at the parking lot in front of the store stole 800 euro from a client. They also stole his car and disappeared by the two vehicles. According to sources, the initial aim of the perpetrators was another. However, they were seen by motorized police officers who began pursuing them. One of the robbers managed to escape and the other, who was in the Praktiker's customer's car, entered the opposite lane of Vulyagmenis Boulevard, where he hit two motorcycles and a bicycle, thus slightly wounding the three riders.
Eventually the police officers caught up with him and captured the runaway. Then, large scale actions were carried out for the finding of the second criminal, with the stolen car, but without a result.
In the past hours the Greek police found out that the car from the robbery in Elliniko neighbourhood of two years ago, is the same which the criminals, who killed 53-year-old taxi driver Dimitris Mihas, have used on the island of Paros. Based on these data, it seems that the police has identified one of the perpetrators of the bloody robbery.
The Greek police are continuing to collect data on the actions of the criminals on the island of Paros.