According to our secure information from a police source, the weapon which was found next to the man’s body in Kyra Eleni of Kesariani has been identified.
He belongs to the 38-year-old police officer, Antonis Dimotakis, who had disappeared on April 25th from the Kesarianis area where he lived alone.
Relatives allegedly recognized the clothes despite the fact that they were distorted by the prevailing conditions.
A DNA sample was obtained from the unlucky police officer’s mother for complete confirmation of his identity.
What the coroner says
From the autopsy that the coroner has done, the following results are excluded: A large exit trauma to the upper part of the skull was found, which justifies an upward contact from the mouth. Tomorrow, Monday the necropsy is expected that will give further answers to the questions that exist.
The investigations had been focused from the beginning on the forest area of Imittos where the police officer used to practice.
Lastly, the testimony of a taxi driver to the Police turned the interest of the researchers in the area of Glyfada and Voula. There, the taxi driver had left a man who looked like the policeman and had been picked up from the Kesariani area.
The secret of the disappearance of the unfortunate Antonis Dimotakis finally was revealed in Imittos. The spot where he was found, was only accessible to climbers, one of whom found him about three months later.