Expat Brits arrested over Spain pub killing

Published:  24 Jul at 9 AM
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Spanish police have arrested two British men in connection with the killing of a German in a bar fight in the Spanish town of La Cala de Mijas.

Forty-six-year-old Ingo Dewitz died in the southern Spanish resort town’s Captain’s Bar after being hit twice on the head.

The two expat Brits reportedly became involved in an argument with him after sitting down at a table near him, before one of them struck him twice in the head.

Witnesses reported that the men then tried to revive Dewitz, at first pulling him to the door, before he collapsed again, and then sitting him on a chair inside the premises. However, when they realized how serious his condition was the fled in a car with a UK number plate.

Ross Moore, 30, was arrested the following morning, while a second suspect, who has yet to be named, was brought in later that day.

Mijas expat Moore is currently in Alhaurin prison after appearing in court on Saturday, while the other suspect has been released on bail but had his passport withheld. He must report to the court to sign in once every two weeks.
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