Slovak police have confirmed that a BMW found parked near a nursery school in Vráble in Nitra region belongs to Roman Ožvold, a lawyer who has been missing since last year and who previously worked as the chairman of the supervisory board of Slovakia's Tipos national lottery company, the Pravda daily wrote on its website on June 27.
According to unofficial information, blood was found on the back seat of the car and the back of the vehicle shows signs of a shooting.
The parking area was closed off by the police and forensic experts have been examining the site. The car was found locked and the police had to ask an expert to open the doors. The spokesperson for the Bratislava Regional Police, Petra Hrašková, said an investigation was underway.
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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28. Jun 2011 at 10:00