The loss of a loved one led the unfortunate 32-year-old Theodora Zembelis during the last month to Athens' Second Cemetery, where she was assassinated on the spot, during another visit to her friend's grave.
According to information, last January, Dora's childhood boyfriend was killed in a road accident.
The loss was also confirmed by the woman's father speaking to ANT1 television. "Lately she was going regularly because a friend died," he said.
The 32-year-old woman was murdered wildly with seven knive wounds to her chest and face. The killer knifed her over the monument, while the 32-year-old was then dragged for 15 meters screaming for help. But the killer followed her and managed to finish her off with the knife.
The murder occurred on Wednesday afternoon shortly before the cemetery closed. The murder weapon was not found.
The 32-year-old Dora worked in the 1st Tax Bureau of Piraeus as an auditor.
During her father's interview this morning, to a question if someone was stalking the 32-year-old, her father replied "of course," and even spoke of a hired killer.
The police are leaving all possibilities open, looking at both the scenario of robbery after murder and personal dispute, without being able to exclude the scenario of a maniacal killer.
The Independent Public Revenue Authority, where the unfortunate 32-year-old was working, is at the disposal of police for all information that will help in clearing up the assassination of Theodora Zembelis.
The Governor of the Independent Public Authority, Giorgos Pitsillis, said:
"We are shocked by the brutal murder of our employee, Theodoras Zeberis, in the 2nd Cemetery of Athens.
I spoke yesterday evening, as soon as I was informed of the tragic incident, with the Chief of the Hellenic Police and told him that our services are at the disposal of prosecuting authorities in order to provide any information that could help in clearing up this heinous crime.
Warmest condolences, on behalf of all the staff of AADE, to the family and relatives of our unhappy colleague ".