Investigation into the murder of 20-year-old Caroline Crouch in her home in Glyka Nera by her husband in last May has officially concluded. According to media reports, the examining Magistrate came to the result that the victim’s 33-year-old husband was the sole responsible for her death.
All the evidence points exclusively to her husband, Babis Anagnostopoulos, a 33-year-old pilot, as the person responsible, media report on Wednesday noting that the husband had initially told police she was killed during a home invasion by unidentified robbers.
The 33-year-old has been jailed on remand and has been charged with murder, the killing of the family dog and misdemeanor charges over giving false testimony to the police.
The case will now be considered by a judicial council, which will issue a ruling for the indictment of the suspect.
Citing sources, state-run news agency amna reports, that no evidence has been found that implicates any other person as an accomplice in the killing of the 20-year-old British national.
Caroline Crouch was suffocated to death.
In an effort to fix charges on “intended murder” the magistrate had asked information from a Chinese firm that made the security camera in the couple’s home. The request was never answered. The husband, who confessed the murder almost a month later. had removed the camera some three hours before Caroline died.
The couple’s bank records did not reveal anything worth reporting other that the victim’s family was financially supporting the couple and Caroline was paying several bills.
Shocking audio when the husband calls the Police
On Tuesday, a shocking audio recording was leaked to the press. There, the killer calls the police for help and pretends to have been muzzled by the robbers he had “invented” himself.
In a masterclass of hypocrisy the husband calls the police after he killed Caroline, he moans, whispers and pretends to burst into tears
“Where are you?”, the police officer asks him and he pretends that he can not speak.
“I do not understand what is happening to you?”, the officer insists: “Where are you?” Then he answers: “Glyka Nera” and finally gives the address.
Meanwhile, the husband’s family has abandoned its right to seek custody for the couple’s daughter, Lydia, that was 11 months old at the time of the murder.