The body of another person suspected of having taken part in attacks on the Kosovo police at the Banjska village has been discovered in northern Kosovo, the Kosovo prosecutor's office confirmed on Sept. 25.
This was the fourth alleged attacker that was killed after an armed group blocked a road leading into the Banjska village, northern Kosovo, in the night of Sept. 24, and killed police officer Afrim Bunjaku and wounded another officer.
Prosecutor Naim Abazi told the koha.net website that the police had found a car in Zvecan with weapons concealed inside, and that all suspects in the "terrorist attack" near the Banjska Monastery were being identified.
Kosovo Interior Minister Xhelal Svecla said documents had been uncovered proving ties or direct participation of Serb Ticket vice president Milan Radoicic in the Sept. 24 attacks in northern Kosovo.
Svecla told reporters that maps and schematics showing the plan of attack had been found inside the Banjska Monastery, too, and that weapon licenses issued to Radoicic by Serbian institutions had also been discovered.
Speaking at a news conference at the Belvedere camp in Kosovska Mitrovica South which included a display of the weapons seized at multiple sites, Kosovo police chief Gazmend Hoxha said an armored vehicle, 24 jeeps, two 4x4 buggies, anti-personnel mines, launchers, dynamite, machine guns, drones and other military and logistical equipment had been found.