Police in central Greece said Wednesday that they have solved the murder of a 64-year-old dentist, Eleftheria Ramioti, who was killed after leaving Antinitsa Monastery on July 3 last year. Ramioti?s body was discovered two weeks later.
Police said that she was murdered by two men that had also been staying at the monastery. Officers said that they arrested a 36-year-old man from Trikala for the crime, which they believe he carried out with a man who is currently in an Italian prison for smuggling contraband cigarettes.
The two men allegedly killed their victim in an attempt to rob her.