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Antiterrorists are seeking two members of "Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei"

18 February 2013 / 20:02:38  GRReporter
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Greek antiterrorism forces have been holding a campaign in the homes of two young men who are supposed to have participated in the armed bank robbery in Velvendo and Filotas.

Arrest warrants against the suspects, aged 22 and 23 were issued on Friday. According to sources, there are clues to their involvement in the bombing of "The Mall Athens" a month ago. It is stated in the arrest warrants that they are accused of involvement and commitment to the "Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei" terrorist organization and of complicity in the robbery of the Agricultural Bank branch in the village of Filotas near Florina.

Both of them are students at universities in the Region of Attica. One is studying at the University of Piraeus and the other at the Chemistry Department of the Polytechnic School in Athens. The police state that one of them is "the son of a very active trade unionist, who was the target of beating by members of the riot forces several years ago". As stated by a senior official of the Ministry of Civil Defence, the other one is "the son of a retired military officer from the region of Lamia. Both of the students joined the anarchist community over the last two years".

The police are searching for them as well for two other suspects: a man and a woman who were present at the attempted robbery in Velvendo. The authorities have expressed fears that the group may be preparing another armed attack.

Late in the afternoon, the Greek police announced the data from the ID cards and presented the photos of the two men wanted by order of the prosecutor of the Athens Court of Appeal, namely Fivos Harisis – Poulos, born in Athens in 1990 and Anargiros Dalios, also born in Athens in 1991.

The authorities stress, "It is necessary to disclose their identity and show their photos in order to find and apprehend them". They invite anyone who has information about the two suspects to call 170, 1014 and 1964 or send an email to the services fighting special violent crime, ensuring their anonymity and secrecy of conversation.


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