Flamur Beqiri Biography – Wiki
Flamur Beqiri is identified as the record label boss who was shot down in front of his family outside his $1.5 million house on Christmas Eve by a Swedish man. The suspect was reportedly arrested at Copenhagen Airport.
Flamur Beqiri murder: Man arrested in Denmark over shooting of suspected London gangster https://t.co/Uj0j5fuo69
— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 22, 2020
He was 36 years old.
Flamur Beqiri Early Life
The 36-year-old was a Swedish citizen of Albanian origin who moved to London nearly five years ago.
In 2008, he was named as one of Sweden’s most wanted men after being caught as a member international drugs smuggling ring who moved £2 million of cannabis into Scandinavia. He was also found guilty of illegally handling smuggled goods including cigarettes and alcohol and given a suspended sentence.
According to MailOnline, Mr Beqiri, who was heavily linked to criminals in the Swedish underworld, might have moved to the UK.
Flamur Beqiri Personal Life
Being also known as Alex, Beqiri was the brother of Real Housewives of Cheshire star Missé Beqiri.
He fell in love with his future wife, Debora Krasniqi, at the wedding of his sister to her ex-husband.
After shifting his family to a chalet in Kitzbuhel, Austria, where he covered the floor in a 1,000 red rose petals, he was believed to have proposed and then featured his wedding with a lavish ceremony at a hotel on Lake Como, Italy, in October 2018.
He was survived by two children.
Flamur Beqiri Shot Down in Front of His Wife Outside Their £1.5 m Home
The Swedish suspect is identified as Kickboxer Anis Hemissi who is from from Malmo, Sweden. He is accused of killing Flamur Beqiri in South-West London on Christmas Eve.
The 36-year-old was peppered with bullets in front of his screaming wife and his child, outside their £1.5 million home.
Neighbours revealed they heard around 10 gun shots at about 9 p.m on Christmas Eve.
“When I came out, Mr Beqiri was lying in front of his doorway in a pool of blood”.
Flamur Beqiri Suspect Killer in Custody
One of the representatives of Metropolitan Police claimed that the 22-year-old suspect was arrested at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark, on January 20 on a European Arrest Warrant.
Exclusive – Swedish Kickboxer arrested in Copenhagen on suspicion of shooting dead former gangster in Battersea https://t.co/I2IjqPELj4
— John Simpson (@thejohnsimpson) January 22, 2020
“He remains in custody in Denmark pending proceedings back to the UK”.
The suspect fled on foot after murdering Mr Beqiri, police confirmed.