Husband of British woman murdered in Greece is interviewed for the second time about the night she was killed in a robbery

Husband of murdered young woman 'begged' burglars 'to stop the torture'

Police probing the murder of a British mother killed during a horror burglary in Greece will question her husband for a second time, it has been revealed. 

Charalambos Anagnostopoulos, 33, will be interviewed by detectives in Athens to ‘go over what happened in even further detail’ during the May 11 raid in which wife Caroline Crouch, 20, was strangled to death 

Detectives had been hoping for leads from DNA samples taken at the scene and from material under Caroline’s fingernails but they have described this as ”poor and disappointing”.

Security cameras at the scene have also proved useless as they were either faulty or had no memory cards.

The Athens-Macedonia news agency reported: ‘The Georgian criminal told police he had nothing to do with the break-in and Caroline’s murder. 

‘He has been very apathetic and aloof in the way he speaks to the police about the crimes and about Caroline’s murder.’

A police source said that even if the Georgian wasn’t one of the robbers who broke into Miss Crouch’s home, he is thought to be part of the same network of criminal gangs.

Meanwhile, it was reported last night that Greek police were hunting an Albanian recently released from prison in connection with Miss Crouch’s death