Soltalk January 2018 - Page 11

Three dead as assassin is detained A suspect arrested last month after three people were shot dead in Teruel is believed to be a wanted assassin known as “Igor the Russian.” Police named the man as Norbert Feher, a 36- year-old former Serbian soldier already being sought by Interpol for “several murders.” Bell restored in Nerja the south. The pick-up van in which he had fled was found 200 metres away at the side of the road. His whereabouts had been uncertain since April when he is alleged to have shot dead the owner of a kiosk and a waiter in Italy, as well as a game-keeper who thought Feher was poaching. Over 1,000 people joined a search for him without success. Events began the previous day at a remote country house in the province of Teruel where police were investigating a separate incident in the area on December 5 in which two people were injured and a dog was killed by gun fire. Until then, investigators believed Feher was in Málaga and it remains unclear why he was in the north-eastern region of Aragón. Later on December 15, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy expressed his condolences to the families of the three fatal victims, and praised the Guardia Civil for th