MAHRE, Turkey – In what more and more seems to become a cold murder case, Apro Diril, suspect in the case of the Syriac Chaldean couple Shmuni and Hurmuz Diril, has been released again, reports Syriac news paper Gazete Sabro. It is his second release after being re-detained in early October. He remains a suspect in the case.
Apro Diril is an elderly relative who lived alone with the Diril couple in their native village of Mahre (Turkish: Kovankaya). The retired Diril couple disappeared on January 7, 2020. Shmuni Diril’s mutilated body was found by one of her sons nearby their village in March 2020. Hurmuz Diril has not been heard from and seen since.
Apro Diril yeniden serbest bırakıldı
Şırnak’ta kaçırıldıktan sonra 664 gündür hiçbir haber alınamayan Hurmüz ve katledilen Şimuni Diril ile ilgili yürütülen soruşturma kapsamında tutuklu Apro Diril ikinci kez tahliye edildi.https://t.co/26ecGJRvhi pic.twitter.com/Evger9Pv9S
— Gazete Sabro (@gazetesabro) November 2, 2021