Greek pilot who murdered his wife Caroline Crouch now linked to restaurant boss’ mystery death

Greek pilot who murdered his wife Caroline Crouch now linked to restaurant boss’ mystery death 1

THE Greek helicopter pilot who murdered his British wife has been linked to a restaurant boss’s mystery death as reported by the English newspaper the sun.

Charalambos “Babis” Anagnostopoulos smothered Caroline Crouch, 20, with a pillow as their year-old daughter Lydia lay nearby.

Cops are probing a possible connection between Babis and “close associate” Stavros Dogiakis, 53 — found dead last week.

Stavros Dogiakis 53 years the owner of tavern “Kritikos” located in the suburb of Kantza, was found on dead on Tuesday, June 22, face down, with a head injury, in the area of ​​Agios Giannis, between Glyka Nera and Agia Paraskevi.

 

53-year-old had been missing since Monday, June 21, from Glyka Nera when he left in his car.

 

Stavros Dogiakis 53 years old
Stavros Dogiakis 53 years old

They initially believed his death was suicide, but friends ask how that is possible when he had gunshot wounds to the head and chest.

Mr Dogiakis was a neighbor of the couple in Athens, and they were clients at his restaurant chain.
Police focus is now on how Babis funded exotic holidays, fancy hotels and motorbikes on only a 3,000 euro (£2,600) a month salary.

Babis, 33, claimed a masked gang broke in on May 11 and killed his wife and the family dog.
But he later confessed and is awaiting sentence at Korydallos prison near Athens.