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Police nabbed the Albanian who wounded fifteen in a bar

26 November 2014 / 19:11:13  GRReporter
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The Greek police apprehended the 31-year-old Albanian Arber Bako, the suspected perpetrator who in the early morning on Saturday went on a shooting spree with a Kalashnikov in a Piraeus nightclub and wounded 15 people. The criminal was caught in the apartment of an accomplice, also an Albanian, in the Athens quarter of Goudi after a massive police operation, which lasted several days.

The police said the Albanian had been localised through his mobile phone, and the area was cordoned off by a large police force. The suspect had been hunted for weeks on end prior to the Saturday carnage in a bar in the Mikrolimano area of Piraeus. He is suspected of having carried out two other assaults, with a man murdered in one of them.

The Albanian did not react at the time of arrest: apparently the police took him by surprise. The special forces were prepared to use flash grenades and tear gas. The suspect was taken to the Greek police Chief directorate straightaway.

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