FIVE months after the brutal double murder of an Alicante expat couple,a Moroccan man has been arrested.
A firearm was found at the suspect’s home but he is yet to be charged.
British expats David and Jean Tarsey, both 77, were shot dead in each other’s arms in their villa and left to be found by friends they were expecting for lunch in March this year.
The couple had been living in their Xalo villa, near Benidorm, for 18 years but were planning to sell it to spend more time with their family.
The couple were originally from London and David Tarsey swam for Britain at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.
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