Man gunned down last week in Marbella had false identity

The suspected killer flees the scene.
The suspected killer flees the scene. / SUR
  • He was identified as a Bosnian national from his papers, but was later found to be from Montenegro

The man gunned down in broad daylight in central Marbella on 3 June had been using a false identity during his whole time in Spain.

Identified last week as Bosnian national Slavisa Z., according to his Spanish papers, the individual is in fact Milos P. and is Montenegrin.

Police are now in contact with the authorities in his home country to examine his links with organised crime.

It is believed that his organisation is responsible for a string of killings across Europe.