Police looking for Brcko resident over alleged involvement in mobster murder


Republika Srpska (RS) entity police are looking for Marko Pjanovic from the north Bosnian city of Brcko, for whom the Serbian Interior Ministry issued an Interpol arrest warrant for his alleged participation in the murder of Ranko Radosevic aka Eskobar, on March 9 in Belgrade.

According to the police, Pjanovic's movements have been noticed in the area of Bijeljina in the last 24 hours.

“We ask citizens, if they notice the person in the photo or have any information about his whereabouts, to immediately call the number “122” or contact the nearest police station,” said the Interior Ministry of Bosnia’s RS entity.

Radosevis was killed while drinking coffee in a cafe at a gas station. Security cameras recorded two attackers, dressed in black, with hoods on their heads and surgical masks, entering the cafe, where at least 20 people stayed at that moment. According to the preliminary information, one of the attackers fired five shots at Radosevic, who tried to stand up, and when he fell, he returned and “verified” him with two more shots.

Eskobar was allegedly a member of Goran Mijatovic's clan from Bezanija, who was killed in Belgrade, and the leader of the Niksic clan that cooperated with the Skaljar clan, headed by Jovan Vukotic.

A girl from Brcko was also apprehended in the Sarajevo area on Tuesday night, and she is believed to be connected to the murder.

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