The last of the three murderers of businessman Adrian Kreiner is on the hunt. The police managed to catch the other two, after they fled the country. One was found in Scotland, the other in Northern Ireland. Now, all forces are mobilized to find the third suspect. His picture was also posted on the official page of the Romanian Police. It is about a man from the town of Valea Stanciului in Dolj county. An arrest warrant for murder is issued in his name. His mother told the Digi24 reporter that she had not spoken to him for 20 years.
The Sibiu court on Sunday issued preventive arrest warrants on behalf of the three men. It is about Cosmin Costinel Zuleam, Marian Cristian Minae and Laurentiu Ghiță.
The three would have left Romania for Great Britain on November 13, and the police have indications that the man who has not yet been caught, Cosmin Costinel Zuleam, would be in the same area where the other two were.
The suspect has a history, he was also imprisoned for stealing mobile phones from a mall in Slovenia, the damage being 125,000 euros.
His mother told the Digi24 reporter that he was also imprisoned for drug trafficking. The woman added that she saw him as capable of committing a theft, but by no means a murder.
She added that her son has been out of town for many years and that she has not been in touch with him for over 20 years.
On Sunday, the three were pursued by the Romanian Police, for committing the crimes of aggravated murder and aggravated robbery. Cosmin Costinel Zuleam was born in 1992 and lives in Horezu Poienari, Dolj county, and Marian Cristian Minae and Laurentiu Ghiţă were born in 1988 and live in Zaval commune, Dolj county. The last two were caught, the Police announced on Sunday. Cosmin Costinel Zuleam is still wanted.
In this case, a man from Dumbrăviţa locality, Timiş county, was arrested, accused of being an accomplice with the three criminals, he being the one who brought them to Sibiu. A few days ago, another man from Dolj was detained, but he was released after 24 hours, after the investigators came to the conclusion that he had nothing to do with the crime in Sibiu.
On November 6, businessman Adrian Kreiner was beaten and robbed in his own home. The thieves stole watches worth 200,000 euros, but they did not take the money that was in the house, according to the prosecutors. The businessman’s girlfriend and daughter were also in the house, but they were not hit.
Editor : G.M.