Two Persons Alleged to Be Greek Terrorist Xeros’ Accomplices Arrested



Xeros Greek Police arrested two suspects related to convicted terrorist Christodoulos Xeros‘ case, said police sources on Saturday. The two arrested are alleged to be Xeros’ accomplices.

According to Greek media, crime labs were able to match the DNA of one of the suspects with that found on a book-bomb left at the Itea police station, an envelope-bomb sent to an Athens prosecutor and an explosive device planted in a tax office in western Athens.

The man’s fingerprints were also found in Xeros’ hideout in Anavyssos, where he was arrested, and the second one in Loutraki.

The same sources said police may soon proceed to more arrests that could include a woman.


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