2 Bulgarians Shot Dead in Berlin by Turkish Lover
Two Bulgarian women have been killed in Berlin after a Turkish man, who had a relationship with one of them, shot them dead, local media reported.
The murder occurred at a banitza shop, which the Bulgarians had recently opened in the German capital.
The murderer, 33-year-old Mehmed Y, is of Turkish origin and had an intimate relationship with one of the victims, police said.
He pulled a pistol out of his jacket pocket and fired eight bullets following a dispute with his former girlfriend, also aged 33. The lethal shots were in the victims' head.
Mehmed was arrested on the scene of the crime after a shocked visitor at the shop called the police.
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