Published: February 27 2023
The Budapest Regional Bureau of Investigation (BRFK) has reopened its investigation into the tragic deaths of two young security guards in February last year. The guards, aged 21 and 26, died due to carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a gas-fired outdoor heater. After the tragedy, the BRFK launched an investigation against an unknown perpetrator on suspicion of reckless endangerment. Following more than six months of investigation, the BRFK has now reopened the case, as there are suspicions that the two guards were the victims of a crime.
- Reopened investigation into the deaths of two young security guards in February last year
- Deaths caused by carbon monoxide poisoning from a gas-fired outdoor heater
- BRFK launched an investigation against an unknown perpetrator on suspicion of reckless endangerment
- Investigation reopened as there are suspicions the two guards were victims of a crime
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