Pe­trakakos hide­out notes sug­gest kid­nap plot

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Hand­writ­ten notes dis­cov­ered at a prop­erty where a large cache of weapons was seized by coun­tert­er­ror­ism of­fi­cers ear­lier this week con­tained de­tails on about 25-30 prom­i­nent busi­ness­men be­lieved to have been po­ten­tial ab­duc­tion tar­gets. The notes, ac­cord­ing to po­lice sources, listed not only the en­trepreneurs’ names, ad­dresses and close rel­a­tives, but also what kind of car they drove, the routes they used on a day-to-day ba­sis and whether or not they had a per­sonal se­cu­rity de­tail. The notes were found in a stor­age build­ing in Marathon, north­east of Athens, which is linked to Gior­gos Pe­trakakos, an al­leged ter­ror­ist ar­rested in Vo­los last week and be­lieved to be an ac­com­plice of Nikos Mazi­o­tis, the leader of the Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Strug­gle guer­rilla group. Both men are sus­pected of the ab­duc­tion of busi­ness­man Gior­gos My­lonas in 2008.

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