Hungarian authorities expand investigation
BUDAPEST -- Hungarian authorities have not released any new detail regarding monstrous crimes in Budapest and have expanded the investigation, Hungarian press writes.
The investigators at the crime scene in Budapest
Three suspects were arrested in Budapest under suspicion of burying several people alive.
According to Budapest-based daily Nepszabadsag, this is a very “complicated case” that could have a substantial background.
Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) has announced it will expand the investigation to all similar cases in the last several years in order to determine whether there are any similarities to the Budapest murders.
One of the suspects showed police to a mass grave where they found several bodies. Autopsy will determine their cause of death and identity.
August 13, 2011 | 16:56 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (12) | Send comment
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BUDAPEST -- Two Hungarian citizens and one foreigner have been arrested for robbing and burying several people alive in Hungary, according to reports.
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