Two arrested for murdering, chopping up Bulgarian man
Police said on Friday that they have identified two suspects in connection to the grizzly murder of a Bulgarian man in Athens last month.
The 41-year-old’s dismembered body was found at a recycling plant in Aspropyrgos, west of Athens, on February 10.
Police said that he was murdered and then chopped to pieces by a 45-year-old man and 43-year-old woman, both also Bulgarian, at a house in the suburb of Nea Halkidona.
The 45-year-old allegedly stabbed and killed the victim over money differences.
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