Македонскиот иселеник во Австралија 35 годишниот Панде Велевски, вчера (01.12.2016) без причина и повод, од зад грб усмрти 33 годишен француски турист.
Полицијата информира дека францускиот турист и неговата сопруга биле на туристичка посета на местото Конорс 100 километри од Алис Спрингс,кога еден човек им се приближил, а потоа без никаква причина го прободел 33-годишниот Французин во вратот и избегал со својот автомобил. Шокираната сопруга го запрела првиот автомобил чии патници се обиделе да му дадат прва помош на францускиот турист и го пријавиле случајот во полиција. Австралиските медиуми од вчера се преплавени со информации и приказни за случајот, семејството на убиецот, неговата психичка состојба.
Панде Велевски бил рибар, а живеел во Мелбурн со неговите родители.
Тој, откако го извршил убиството, избегал со неговиот автомобил, па полицијата ангажирала хеликоптер за следење, по што го уапсила.
Ноќта ја поминале во болница, каде било побарано да му се изврши психијатриско вештачење.
Братот на Панде, Тони Велевски за австралиските медиуми изјавил дека не знаел дека тој ја напуштил државата, бидејќи мислеле дека отишол во семејната куќа за одмор во Дромона., откако претходно му го побарал клучот.
Семејството на Велевски тврди дека тој се лекувал од некаква ментална болест.
Во продолжение како известуваат австралиските медиуми за овој случај:
Fisherman and pigeon fancier ‘stabbed a French tourist to death in front of his wife’ at an outback truck stop – as she tried to save husband by ‘hitting his attacker with a picnic table’
- A French tourist was murdered in the Northern Territory outback
- The 33-year-old died after he suffered severe stab wounds to his neck
- He was stabbed in front of his wife, 30, in an alleged unprovoked attack
- Pande Veleski, 35, has been arrested by police over the foreigner’s death
- Detectives were called to Aileron, north of Alice Springs on Wednesday
- The attacker fled the scene in a car with Victoria-registered numberplate
- The suspect was arrested on Thursday morning – he is yet to be charged
- Victim’s wife has left Alice Springs Hospital after being treated for shock
Melbourne father Pande Veleski (pictured) was arrested on Thursday over the alleged murder of the 33-year-old Frenchman
The wife of a French tourist who was stabbed to death in the outback had tried to fight off the alleged attacker by bashing him with a picnic table.
The 30-year-old Frenchwoman watched helplessly as her 33-year-old husband was killed after he was brutally stabbed in the neck in the Northern Territory on Wednesday.
Melbourne man Pande Veleski has been placed under police guard in hospital after he was arrested on Thursday over the alleged stabbing murder of the Frenchman.
The French couple had stopped at a Connor Well truck stop, about 100km north of Alice Springs, when Veleski allegedly pulled up behind the pair.
They ‘exchanged pleasantries’ with the man who then allegedly stabbed the backpacker in the neck in front of his wife, The Australian reported.
The victim’s wife tried to save her husband from the suspect by hitting him over the head with the picnic table before he escaped in a Hyundai i30 following an unprovoked attack, NT News reported.
The Victorian father-of-one – who has a history of mental illness – fled into bushland on foot overnight after police located his vehicle – but he was arrested naked, 60km from Ti Tree – where British backpacker Peter Falconio was last seen alive.
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The tourist and his 30-year-old wife had stopped at Connors Well, about 100km north of Alice Springs, when Veleski allegedly pulled up behind the couple
The getaway car: The attacker fled the scene in a silver Hyundai hatchback (pictured) with a Victoria-registered numberplate after he allegedly stabbed the French tourist on Wednesday
The French tourist couple were travelling in a 1998 Toyota RAV4 (pictured)
Mr Veleski spent the night in hospital seeking a psychiatric assessment as he is being questioned by police over the murder. He is yet to be charged.
And if his social media account is anything to go by, his Facebook paints a picture of a keen fisherman who breeds pigeons.
He seems to have a love for animals, with pets ranging from a dog to a sulphur-crested cockatoo named Mahamed.
Mr Veleski lives with his parents in Melbourne – and he is the father of a young girl but they don’t have much of a relationship, 9 News reported.
On Friday, his brother Tony Veleski revealed the family did not know he had left the state because they thought he had travelled to the family’s holiday house in Dromana, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
‘He came and got my keys. He was supposed to be in Dromana,’ Tony told Fairfax Media, adding that his brother had been treated for a mental health condition.
‘We were meant to go there today [Friday] to see him, to spend time with him, me and my son.
‘We’re really sorry for the French tourist, and we’re sorry for my brother as well.’
Mr Veleski’s sister-in-law Mary Veleski, Tony’s wife, told NT News the family were aware he was ‘unwell’ but they ‘never knew it was to this point’.
Melbourne man Pande Veleski (pictured) has been placed under police guard in hospital after he was arrested on Thursday over the alleged stabbing murder of the Frenchman
The tourist and his wife had stopped at Connors Well, about 100km north of Alice Springs
Detectives set up a crime scene where the Frenchman was stabbed to death on Wednesday
The attack has eerie parallels with the case of Joanne Lees and Peter Falconio who were attacked nearbye 15 years ago
It comes as emerging details of the shocking murder in Australia’s red centre have an eerie resemblance to that of Mr Falconio 15 years ago.
The alleged attacker was found the following morning in the same area where the British backpacker Peter Falconio was last seen alive – 100kms from where he allegedly attacked the Frenchman.
The Frenchman died after he was allegedly stabbed in the throat in what police are calling an ‘unprovoked attack’ – the alleged attacker fled in a grey Hyundai i30 – he is expected to be charged on Friday.
Falconio – who was murdered by Bradley John Murdoch 15 years ago was also travelling with his partner through the red centre when he was attacked.
The British man, then 28, and his girlfriend Joanne Lees were directed to pull over on the night of July 14, 2001.