London DJ kidnapped, forced into van alongside woman turns up dead as police make 4th arrest


Koray Apergin, a 43-year-old DJ who owns the London-based Turkish-language radio station Bizim FM, has been found dead after going missing.

Essex Police in United kingdom The arrest of a fourth man suspected of murder was announced Monday after the body was found in the Essex woods over the weekend. According to the Enfield Metropolitan Police, the DJ was declared dead at the scene.

diet. Chief Inspector Kate Kieran of the Specialized Crime Division said investigators believe Abergen and a 33-year-old woman were kidnapped and Forced into a white truck outside their home address in Ebony Crescent, Enfield, around 10:30 p.m. Thursday.

Police said they received a report at 1:51 p.m. on Friday that the two were missing from the address and had not seen them since the previous night.

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A fourth man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of Cory Abergen, 43, was found in an Essex woods on Saturday.
(Enfield MBS)

“I would appeal to anyone who was in that area at the time and might have seen anything, no matter how small, to contact the police immediately,” Kiran said. “I urge people to check the doorbell cam or dash cam footage – you may have captured something that may be important to our investigation.”

A friend and colleague of the victim, Altan Akturk, wrote on social media that Abergen and the woman, who had been identified as the DJ’s girlfriend, had disappeared, according to The Sun.

Enfield Metropolitan Police said the woman, whose name has not been released at the time of this report, has since been located and “has not been physically harmed.”

Three men were arrested on suspicion of murder in the Kent area on Sunday and remain in police custody. On Monday, investigators made a fourth arrest: a 55-year-old who was being held in the Tottenham area on suspicion of murder. Police have not revealed a motive at this time.

These file images show the crime scene tape reading "The police line is not crossed."

These file images show crime scene tape with “Police Line Don’t Cross” written on it.

“This is a fast-paced and highly complex investigation that involves multiple crime scenes,” Kiran said in a statement on Monday. “Although our investigation is still at a very early stage, I am working on the hypothesis that Cory’s kidnappers may have been known to him, and this was not an indiscriminate attack.”

“I can assure residents of Enfield and Essex that we are doing everything in our power to understand the chain of events here, and to bring those responsible to justice.” chief inspector added.

The Turkish Police Association She said she would continue to “support the investigation and continue to communicate with the Turkish community, Turkish Cypriots and the Kurds.”


“Our thoughts and prayers are with Koray, his family and loved ones during this difficult time,” the association wrote on Twitter.

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