Tourist killed while drawing money from ATM machine in Santo Domingo – Ten people have been questioned by the Dominican police on the case of the Bulgarian engineer Constantine Alexander, who was murdered in Bella Vista Mall last week. However, Bulgarian authorities have not been informed of the case yet.

According to witnesses, the victim had been attacked by two unknown men, while drawing money from an ATM machine in the commercial center.

The Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not received any official information about the Bulgarian engineer killed in the country.

The lack of information can be explained by the fact that Bulgaria does not have a diplomatic representation in the Dominican Republic. Dragovest Goranov, spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry, said Bulgaria will try to contact Dominican officials through its missions in Mexico and Cuba.

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