The husband of a British woman strangled to death by robbers in Greece has shared a touching tribute to her on Instagram.
Charalambos Anagnostopoulos, 33, posted a photograph of the couple on their wedding day, with both of them grinning and his wife clutching a bouquet of flowers.
“Together forever. Have a nice trip my love,” he wrote in Greek.
Twenty year old Caroline Crouch was killed in front of her baby daughter at the couple’s home in an Athens suburb last Tuesday.
She had been asleep with her husband and baby when three thieves broke in, tied up Mr Anagnostopoulos and demanded money.
They strangled the young mother to death and also killed the family dog before making off with jewellery and money.
The 11-month-old child was unharmed.
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The Greek government has offered a £260,000 reward for information.
A 30-year-old Georgian man has been arrested after trying to leave the country at the border with Bulgaria, according to local media.
The man, who has not been identified, was reportedly trying to use a fake passport and is being taken to Athens for questioning.
Mr Anagnostopoulos, a helicopter pilot, appeared emotional as he spoke with reporters outside his home in Glyka Nera last week.
He said he only realised his wife was dead after police arrived to untie him.
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Ms Crouch’s funeral was held on Friday on the island of Alonissos.
Her parents, David Crouch and Susan Dela Cuesta, were seen overcome with grief ahead of the service and were being supported by friends and family.
The young mother was born in Greece but held a British passport.
Source : Sky News