Dangerous Albanians have been arrested after a gunfight with Greek Police, two injured

 
 Greek police have destroyed a criminal organization in an operation carried out over the past 24 hours in the Corinth area.

According to Oculus News sources, the robbers had been under surveillance by police agents for several days, while the operation to destroy the organization, considered one of the most dangerous in Greece, began in the Kalamata area and concretized in the Corinth area, where gang members clashed with Greek anti-crime police.


Two Albanian nationals were injured in the gunfight, while the third was arrested after a few minutes of chase in the hills of the Akro Corinth area.

During the operation have been arrested:

Eljon Deraj,

Andrea Caushaj,

Amarildo Caushaj

While are wanted:

Arsen Bajrami and Ernest Mustaj.

In their vehicle were found Kalashnikovs and pistols, as well as tools used to get masked, hoods and wigs. Knives, levers, scissors for cutting metals were also seized in the quality of the material evidence.

Meanwhile, another Albanian couple has been arrested in the Preveza area today who were allegedly get rent cars that were then used for robbery with the Albanian group.

Greek police say the gang committed several bank robberies and dozens of shop robberies in the Peloponnese and Epirus area.

The methods used by them are considered extremely harsh. They threatened and intimidated their victims, and are responsible for several violent robberies resulting in injuries to the victims.

Greek police are continuing the search for the two fugitives, and have even deployed thermal-powered helicopters.

Their photos have been distributed to all border crossings with Albania, with police in civilian clothing patrolling the Corinth area in order to arrest them as soon as possible.
Dangerous Albanians have been arrested after a gunfight with Greek Police, two injured Dangerous Albanians have been arrested after a gunfight with Greek Police, two injured Sunday, February 09, 2020 Rating: 5
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