Suspect Killer of Bulgarian Bank Executive Financially Strapped
The man suspected for Monday's murder of a bank executive in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Burgas was allegedly denied loans for funding a project and restarting his business.
Lyubomir Simeonov from the nearby town of Sungurlare was detained as a suspect for the shooting of Pavlinka Yovcheva. The 54-year old head of a microcrediting department in a local bank was killed Monday morning in front of a grocery store in central Burgas.
Simeonov was in the process of application for a business project funding, reports the daily 24 Chasa. However, his current financial situation was extremely bleak.
Simeonov owned a herb business together with his brother. They had not paid rent for the office in the center of Sungurlare for the past couple of months, local residents revealed. They describe him as a rather casual man who would not commit such an act.
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