15 Dec, 2017 @ 16:39
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Serbian ‘serial killer’ was hiding in Malaga before allegedly killing three people yesterday

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CAPTURED: The Serb Feher

A MAN has been arrested in Spain for allegedly shooting three people to death yesterday.

Norbert Feher, a Serbian national also known as Igor Vaclavic, is believed to have killed two Spanish police officers and a farmer in Aragon.

The suspected serial killer is thought to have killed at least three others in Italy.

He was previously imprisoned in the country for eight years and is wanted by Interpol.

Commonly known as Igor the Russian, Feher is suspected of murdering two Guardia Civil officers, named Víctor Romero Pérez and Víctor Jesús Caballero Espinosa, along with a local farmer, José Luis Iranzo.

Police say he had already killed a dog and attacked several households on December 5, injuring two.

He is an expert in martial arts and firearms, and is suspected by Italian police of several violent crimes, including murder, in Bologna.

In April of this year, some 1,000 people joined a manhunt to track him down in the Italian city.

Feher is believed to have been living in Malaga, it is not known why he travelled north to Aragon.

He was detained on Friday morning after a traffic accident in the province of Teruel.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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