Dydi Rudolf or Balazov Miroslav who is a suspect in the murder attempt against Nikos Rodotheou will appear in “court” in occupied Kyrenia on Tuesday.
Rudolf, 37 from Slovakia, was arrested in his Kyrenia home on Monday after “police” were tipped off about his location.
According to Kibris Gazetesi, a Greek Cypriot who reportedly helped to lead “police” to Rudolf was also arrested at the suspect’s home on Monday.
The Greek Cypriot is facing charges of “illegal entry” into the Turkish-occupied north.
On November 26, Nicos Rodotheou was driving his car near the Hilton Hotel in Nicosia, when two men on a motorbike opened fire against his car and sped off.
Five bullets hit the back of the car. Rodotheou was not hurt.
Rudolf is believed to be one of the two men who opened fire against Rodotheou.
Greek Cypriot Iosif Iosif also known as Sifis, who reportedly is Rudolf’s accomplice, was also arrested in the occupied north on January 10.