Caroline Crouch Wiki – Caroline Crouch Biography
According to Caroline Crouch wiki, Bio and Biography, She was a student who was born in Greece but held a British passport, has been tortured to death by sadistic burglars in Greece who held a gun to her baby’s head after they tied up her husband.
She was in the property’s attic with her 11-month-old baby daughter while her husband slept downstairs when thieves entered at around 5 am.
Local site Proto Thema reports that the distraught husband told police about the moment he was attacked by the three men.
Caroline Crouch has died at the age of 20.
Three men strangled Caroline Crouch, after forcing her to reveal where £30,000-worth of cash and jewelry was kept at her home in Athens.
She was murdered in front of her baby daughter in Greece on Tuesday as she tried to hide from burglars who tied up her husband and hanged their dog outside their house, according to police.
The robbers forced their way into the two-story house at 4.30 am this morning after breaking a CCTV camera and hanging the family’s dog by its own leash.
According to news site Ta Nea, a fourth criminal kept watching outside the suburban home as the other three found the couple sleeping with their child in an attic bedroom.
The robbers reportedly held a gun to the 11-month-old girl’s head in a sickening bid to get the mum to reveal where the money was kept.
They then strangled Crouch to stop her screaming — before escaping with cash and jewelry worth around $18,250, sources told the site.
Caroline was tied to the bed using a t-shirt and was strangled to death by the depraved gang to stop her from screaming for her baby’s safety.
Some conflicting reports say husband Charalambos was found sleeping in another room by the killers.
Caroline Crouch Husband, Daughter
Her husband, identified as 32-year-old pilot Babis Anagnostopoulos, told police three hooded men had burst into their house in the Athens neighborhood of Glyka Nera at 5 a.m. and tied him to a chair while demanding money, the Greek Reporter said.
Once he finally managed to free himself, he found his murdered wife next to their crying baby where they had been hiding in the attic, sources told the outlet. Crouch’s husband Charalambos and young daughter survived the attack. Her husband was tied up and blindfolded during the ordeal.
Investigators said that three burglars had entered the property in Glyka Nera by its cellar after breaking a window, while a fourth kept guard outside. They found Crouch’s husband, Greek helicopter pilot, and instructor, Charalambos Anagnostopoulos, 33, in the master bedroom.