Aleksic entered Montenegro on 26 June; since then it has not been recorded that he left

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Serbian citizen Radovan Aleksic, who was arrested on suspicion of trying to kill a police officer Predrag Sukovic this summer, last time entered Montenegro on 26 June by train and since then, according to official data from the border police, there has been no evidence that he left the country, Dnevne Novine newspaper learns.

Aleksic was arrested at Dobrakovo border crossing on Sunday when, according to DN, he tried to leave Montenegro in a car rented in a rent-a-car agency in Podgorica. During the hearing before the prosecutor he argued that he had been in Belgrade when Sukovic was wounded on 11 July and that he had returned only four days later.

DN learns that based on operational data the police and prosecutors identified Aleksic as a person suspected to have committed the attempted murder ten days after Sukovic was wounded. They tried to find him several times at two addresses in which he stayed in Niksic and Podgorica, but police were not able to trace him for months, which caused suspicions that he was hiding.

Sukovic was wounded with three shots on 11 July, in broad daylight and in front of several witnesses. According to their statements, Sukovic stood at the entrance of the Montenegro Pub cafe, in Njegoseva street and talked to some friends. After the shooting, the attacker fled towards Kalimero cafe and then down the Ivana Crnojevica boulevard towards Ribnica river bank, where he disappeared without a trace.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro