The Spanish National Police have arrested a 38-year-old man in Cox, Alicante, wanted by Moroccan authorities for committing a homicide in Nador.
Along with two other individuals, he is accused of having attacked a minor with stones in 2012, which led to the victim’s death, reports Europa Press.
Through Interpol Spain’s National Central Bureau, a request for collaboration has been received for the search and arrest of the national, who is the subject of an international arrest warrant with a view to his extradition.
In Morocco, the accused faces life imprisonment.
The other two suspects admitted the facts, claiming to have thrown stones at the victim in order to steal a goat from his herd.
According to their version, the man arrested threw the stone that caused the minor’s death.