Greek military are questioning a murders of 3 women who were found with mixed blade wounds by a stream Evros – an area used for bootleg migrant crossings from Turkey.
Two of a women were teenagers and reports contend they had been tied up.
The victims are of Asian origin, a Greek daily Kathimerini says, and are believed to be closely related.
A internal mayor pronounced his village was repelled by a brutality. The victims’ throats had been cut, he added.
One speculation is that a women had got into an evidence with a people-smuggler. The Greek website News 24/7 says spoliation was apparently not a motive, as one plant was found wearing bullion jewellery.
The estimated ages of a victims are: 15 to 20, 18 to 25 and 20 to 30. Two knives were found during a scene.
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According to military data, some-more than 8,400 migrants and haven seekers were intercepted in a Evros area in a initial half of this year.
Since 2015 a upsurge of strange migrants into Greece has depressed dramatically, after a EU and Turkey sealed an agreement to send behind to Turkey migrants who do not request for asylum, or whose explain was rejected.