THE mystery surrounding missing expat Agnese Klavina continues exactly two years since her disappearance.
Yet, the Olive Press can reveal that after months of inactivity, police are narrowing in on the location where Agnese was taken after leaving Aqwa Mist nightclub, in Marbella, with Brits Westley Capper and Craig Porter.
September 6 marked the second anniversary of the Latvian’s disappearance and the British expats remain the main suspects.
The pair have been charged with aggravated unlawful detention and have to report to Marbella court twice a month and are forbidden from leaving Spain under their bail conditions.
And while Olive Press sources, the UK and Spanish media all report that Capper’s father has paid €300,000 in bail money, Capper’s lawyers at Cubism Law deny the fee.
“We wish to clarify that our client’s father has not paid 300,000 euros bail in respect of the Agnese Klavina case,” Cubism lawyer Robert Taylor said.
Meanwhile a source close to the investigation told the Olive Press that police are ‘closing in’ on the location of Agnese’s abduction.
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