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Ohrid police charge eight with murder of Serbian tourist

29. August 2010. | 08:03

Source: MIA

 Ohrid police have brought murder charges against eight people after yesterday's beating to death of Serbian tourist Dejan Novkovic (34).

 Ohrid police have brought murder charges against eight people after yesterday's beating to death of Serbian tourist Dejan Novkovic (34).

Seven of the charged are Macedonian nationals, while the only one Serbian national is on the run, the Interior Ministry said on Saturday.

The forensic report says that Novkovic's heart collapsed as a result of severe blow in the chest with a hard, dull object.

Over 40 people, who participated in the fight or witnessed it, were questioned by the police, which found out that eight people attacked Novkovic early Friday in front of a night club in Ohrid. He managed to run away to be caught soon afterwards and beaten to death.


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