Caroline Crouch Bio- Caroline Crouch Wiki
Caroline Crouchwas killed by a group of burglars who also held a gun to her 11-month-old daughter Lydia in her home in an upmarket Athens.
The cruel gang even killed the couple’s dog during the attack at around 5am on May 11.
Police believe they are now closer to the leader of the brutal gang that has reportedly terrorised others in the area in the past.
11 May 2021: Caroline Crouch, 20, a British woman who lived in Athens, was strangled and tortured. Police have not yet identified any suspects. pic.twitter.com/vgYGw35nF2
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Caroline Crouch was 20-years-old.
The Albanian suspect is described as “strong, around 5ft 5ins, with short blond hair,” who reportedly “is a violent abuser who hates women,” reports Star.
Cops are currently investigating a potential link between him and another suspect who had robbed the house of Charalambos’ pilot instructor three years ago in Alepohori.
“They are ruthless, the came to my house around 10 o’clock at night in July,” he said. “They are not afraid of anything, they are brutal and use their strength against women because they consider them weaker.
“I hope police figures it out and if there is anything in common with poor Caroline’s case, I’d be happy to help,” the 32-year-old pilot’s instructor.
Police are also hunting for another suspect named “Giannis” who reportedly also works with the gang.
According to local news, earlier this week Charalambos underwent a listening test in a bid to identify the language the thieves were speaking. After looking at 150 photos he managed to narrow down the list of suspects to ten.
It has been more than a month since the horror crime and police have still not been able to identify the suspects. Last week CCTV footage showed a suspicious car followed by a motorbike fleeing the scene.
Meanwhile, experts claimed the culprits may never be caught as police failed to arrest the gang weeks after the murder.
Police sources told local media that the evidence found was so little as if the burglars “had bleached the entire house” before leaving.
The gang escaped with £30,000 in cash and jewels, but cops think they believed another £86,000 was hidden there Currently there is a reward of £250,000 for information into the young mum’s death.