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Assassination of the deputy commissioner / The apartment where the perpetrator is thought to be hiding is armored, RENEA and FNSH forces on the roof of the house, drones and helicopters take off from the air
Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Shtator 2021
Law enforcement has already identified the place where the suspected perpetrator of the murder of Deputy Commissioner Saimir Hoxha is hiding. Aldo Rama, 21 years old, suspected of the crime, is thought to be located in a villa, a white apartment located about 400 meters from the place where the crime was consumed, in the area of ??Kune Vaini in Lezha.
The surrounding area is being monitored by Renea special forces, FNSH units as well as by helicopter air. The footage clearly shows at least two members of the special forces located on the roof of the building in question.
Meanwhile, new details emerge about the dynamics that took the life of the police officer. According to sources, Hoxha was with 4 of his colleagues when they stopped a vehicle that resulted in stolen license plates. The ban was a result of suspicions that narcotics were being grown in the state-protected area for natural resources.