Probe into murder of mother in Greece stalls due to lack of DNA evidence

Caroline Crouch and her husband Babis Anagnostopoulos.

caroline crouch 2The man hunt for a team of robbers who tortured and killed a younger British mother in Athens struck a roadblock after investigators failed to discover any DNA proof beneath the dead woman’s fingernails.

Caroline Crouch, 20, had a black belt in kickboxing, and police originally thought she have to have put up a battle right before she was strangled to dying in a dawn robbery at the dwelling she shared with her Greek spouse and 11-thirty day period-aged daughter final month.

A gang of attackers burst into the luxury residence, killing the family’s pet dog, according to a report.

The Greek police were forced to call for “patience” nearly a month after the May 11 incident. The police have neither found the getaway vehicle used in the crime nor any suspects. Footage of a suspicious vehicle followed by a motorcycle was captured outside the family’s home.

Footage of a suspicious car adopted by a motorbike was captured outside the family’s house.

“I think we all have to be patient,” the president of the Union of police employees, Dimosthenis Pakos, told Skai Saturday. “The police shouldn’t be put under such pressure.”

Crouch was tortured and killed as the suspects held a gun to her baby daughter’s head, according to reports.