Media: in Germany detained a new suspect in the murder of Bulgarian journalist

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New suspect in resonance murder of Bulgarian journalist Victoria Marinova arrested in Germany where he managed to escape, according to the Bulgarian Nova TV, citing a source familiar with the investigation.

According to TV channel, the detainee DNA 100% match with the DNA samples, which were detected on physical evidence from the crime scene.

Local residents in turn informed the media that they are aware of the identity of the detainee, according to reports, this young man born in 1997. Local residents said that the police Ruse temporarily detained his wife and aunt. This information is not confirmed by law enforcement.

The TV channel bTV reports on new detainee, who had fled abroad. In addition, bTV reported that the police raided one of the houses in the town of Ruse and found the victim’s phone, it is not known whose house it is and whether it is associated with the new detainee.

The authorities have so far refused to comment on the new message. It is expected that on Wednesday morning, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and interior Minister Mladen Marinov will hold a briefing on this matter in the Ministerial Council and will report to the public new details of the investigation.

Earlier it was reported that a Romanian citizen of Ukrainian origin, host system by writing the hobo way of life, was detained for 24 hours in connection with the investigation, but later it became known that he is not a suspect and released from custody.

Administrative Director and host of the regional TV channel TVN 30-year-old Viktoria Marinov was killed on 6 October in the city of Ruse in Northern Bulgaria. The investigation believes that the murder is possibly related to the investigative work of the journalist. The last topic, on which he worked Viktoria Marinova, was the so-called GPGate scandal around the embezzlement of European Union funds.