A young woman was found dead inside her house on Panagouli Street in Glyka Nera, with the police estimating that it was a savage murder by unscrupulous robbers. Inside the house was found the woman's husband tied to a chair and next to her her 11 month old baby. The family dog was also found dead in the yard of the house.
According to the first information, the man who is a civil aviation pilot managed to alert the police by calling 100 after he was able to untie his hands.
The man in shock spoke about perpetrators who broke in through a back door for the purpose of robbery.
Police forces have rushed to the spot and are conducting searches in the house and in the wider area.
Preliminary estimates indicate that the perpetrators, 2 or 3 in number, broke into the house at around 4 in the morning, initially attacked the man and immobilized him by tying his limbs to a chair.
Then they went up to the upper floor of the house and there, as everything shows, they tortured the woman to death in order to reveal to them where money or other valuables were.
The woman had scars on her neck and the first estimate is that the perpetrators strangled her.
Her 11-month-old baby was in the same room.
The perpetrators fled after locating and taking how much money.