KILKIS: Lebanese woman loses her unborn baby after brutal attack by Pakistani migrant smuggler

pregnant woman Kilkis

A 30-year-old Lebanese woman lost her unborn baby after a brutal attack in Kilkis by a 30-year-old Pakistani man who was tasked with taking her and her family out of Greece.

This is the second incident that occurred on Sunday in the wider area of ​​Polykastro, Kilkis, as earlier in the morning of the same day there was a murderous robbery with a 23-year-old victim and two injured, all Pakistani nationals.

The bloody robbery, with the victim being the 30-year-old woman, took place on the evening of July 31 according to Proto Thema.

Three Pakistanis and one Syrian, who were arrested, transported the pregnant woman, her husband and their five minor children, aged from 3 to 13 years, as well as one more person related to them, with the purpose of their illegal exit from Greece.

A few kilometres before the border of Greece with North Macedonia, one of the foreigners, 30 years old, viciously attacked and physically injured the pregnant woman, taking 2,000 euros from her.

Everything happened in front of the frightened eyes of her minor children, while the woman's 6-year-old son was also injured by the attack when he tried to help his mother who was being beaten.

The mother and her son were taken to a hospital, where it was found that her pregnancy was terminated because of the blows she received on her body from the 30-year-old Pakistani.

After coordinated investigations and searches, by police officers of the Crime Prevention and Suppression Team and police officers of the Paionia Border Guard Department, the foreigners were located and arrested. They are three Pakistanis aged 30, 22 and 21 and a 21-year-old from Syria.

The 30-year-old from Pakistan was additionally arrested for the crimes of robbery, bodily harm and termination of pregnancy. Four mobile phones, 250 euros and a small amount of cannabis were found and confiscated in their possession.

Those arrested, with the case filed against them, will be taken to the Kilkis District Attorney.

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