“Tunnel” on Friday, December 2 broadcasted frame by frame the surveys in Axios Delta and the region by air and land, in order to find Dimitris Grekos and his car.
In live connection with the show via Skype, the wife of the missing person, said nearly a month after the disappearance that she investigated with police escort, the cottage of the family in Chalkidiki. Nor there was any trace of him.
While his identity card has not yet been found, his driving license and other personal documents were found in the second family car and at their house.
Despina Tsakalidou clarified that there has been no movement in his bank accounts. It is confusing for her and her family everything that is heard lately about the transaction made by her husband before the earth opened and swallowed him. As she said, it is not clear yet how much money the buyer gave him.
In the show arrived new serious testimonies, which will evaluated properly.
He is not going to be found if he was lost here…
The wife of the missing businessman Dimitris Grekos and his relatives were found in Axios Delta and watched closely the investigations.
Visibly exhausted and disappointed Despina Tsakalidou told Tunnel:
Only seeing this area I am scared because if my husband was lost here he will never be found. It s been almost a month since the disappearance and my hopes are reduced. My mind goes constantly to something bad. Everything pass through my mind, even that another man came out from the slaughterhouses and drove our car that fateful afternoon, he may was not Dimitris …
“Tunnel” in the surveys for the missing businessman
The president of the Hunters Coast Friends Group of Thermaikos Christos Rammos spoke to the broadcasting camera. As he explained to Tunnel, volunteers searched with everything they have to find even a trace of the missing man but without results.
We used an aerial camera that recorded images along the Axios River Delta and Varvarouga region. There are many rough blind points that the camera could not record and should be checked he said.
The volunteer hunter Thanasis Karakostas, spoke of a very rough area which has mobility from hunters and farmers.
See details for the case here.