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Allan Lanteigne, who was found dead in his home on Ossington Avenue in March 2011. (COURTESY OF TORONTO POLICE SERVICE)
Allan Lanteigne, who was found dead in his home on Ossington Avenue in March 2011. (COURTESY OF TORONTO POLICE SERVICE)

Man suspected in 2011 Toronto homicide arrested in Greece Add to ...

Toronto police say a man wanted in connection with the death of a University of Toronto office clerk in 2011 has been arrested in Greece.

Police Service say Mladen (Michael) Ivezic was arrested Tuesday in Athens with the help of Interpol and Greek authorities.

The body of 49-year-old Allan Lanteigne was found in his west-end Toronto home on March 3, 2011 suffering what police said was “obvious signs of trauma.” Demitry Papasitiriou, whom Mr. Lanteigne married in 2004, was subsequently charged with first-degree murder.

Police said Mr. Ivezic, who was one of Mr. Papasitiriou’s business associates, was also being sought in connection with the case.

Toronto police say they are working with the Ministry of the Attorney General and the Department of Justice in Ottawa to have Mr. Ivezic brought back to Canada.

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