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Albanian Burglar Shot to Death by Greek Student While Defending his Property

A 23-year-old Greek student shot an Albanian burglar to death at 4 a.m. on Thursday in Peania, Athens.
It all started at 2 a.m. when two Albanian burglars broke into a house in the region of Peania, but soon after realizing the break in, the female tenant turned on the lights and forced them to leave her house. The tenants called the police after having  apparently scared to death.
The two burglars, who proved to be immigrants from neighboring Albania, hid for 40-45 minutes and then returned, shortly before 3 a.m., and broke into another house in the area, where they threatened a 23-year old veterinary student, Nickos Davaris, and his mother. According to reliable sources, the two Albanians did not manage to steal anything.
The two burglars left the house of Davaris and entered another house, where they, again, were forced to leave after the tenants realized someone was illegally trespassing their home. Shortly before 4 a.m., the burglars, not satisfied with the first try, attempted to break into Davaris house once again.
The tenants had not managed to fall asleep as they were extremely nervous due to the previous break-in attempt. They realized the two Albanians were trying to steal from them, so the 23-year-old grabbed his shotgun and started chasing the two thieves, resulting in the death of the youngest of the two.
As the young student was a hunter, he had a legal permit to own the shotgun.  He shot one of the two and killed him at a distance of 100-150 km as reported.
Nickos Davaris’s attorney claims that the shotgun went off accidentally during the chase, as he was just trying to scare them off. The 23-year-old has been arrested as has been the second Albanian, the 45-year-old uncle of the deceased burglar.
Such incidents have become commonplace. It has been suggested that new legislation should seriously be considered to addresses the current state of affairs that either allows people to protect their lives and property or train police in more efficient methods of protecting citizens.

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