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What did the autopsy show for 58-year-old Ioannis who was allegedly murdered in Paphos

According to witnesses, the alleged perpetrator dragged the victim to the asphalt for about 70 meters

The death of the 58-year-old man, whose motorcycle was swept away by a car in Paphos in the early hours of Saturday morning, was due to multiple injuries to the head, body and vital organs as a result of a road collision, according to the post mortem carried out today Monday by medical examiners Angeliki Papetta and Orthodoxos Orthodoxou on the of his body.

According to the press representative of ADE Paphos and Head of TAE Paphos, Michalis Nikolaou, the investigative work on the case continues with the further evaluation of material from closed circuits and a large number of documents sent for scientific examinations to the Police Headquarters.

Mr. Nikolaou stated that various evidences, which were collected from the vehicle of the 45-year-old suspect in the case under investigation, are of such a nature that they seem to strengthen the testimonies against him.

In particular, the Police have images from closed circuits as well as testimonies from other drivers according to which the 45-year-old allegedly hit the motorcycle the victim was riding with his car. According to these testimonies, the alleged perpetrator dragged the victim to the asphalt for about 70 meters. Another driver who realized what had happened followed the Briton’s vehicle, which however disappeared in the area of ​​Muttalo.

The 45-year-old suspect’s car and the victim’s motorcycle were scientifically examined at the Criminal Investigation Service of the Police Headquarters, Mr. Nikolaou said.

The 45-year-old, who has been in custody for eight days, continues to deny any involvement in the case. The victim, Ioannis Polykarpou, a 58-year-old resident of Pafos, was hit around 1:30 on Saturday by a car, the driver of which left the scene. The 58-year-old was injured in the collision and taken by ambulance to the Paphos General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

During the investigation of the road collision, testimony emerged against a 45-year-old resident of Pafos.

At around 7.35 am on Saturday morning, the 45-year-old was spotted by members of the Paphos TAE driving his car and was stopped. During the investigation that followed, burglary tools were found in it and the driver was arrested for an unprovoked crime. It was also found that the car in question had dents on the front and was freshly spray painted, while a drug test to which the 45-year-old was subjected had a positive result.

According to the tests, a short time before the incident in the early hours of Saturday, the victim and the arrestee seem to have had an argument in a building in Paphos.

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