Danka Ilić

Gasic: Sad day for Serbia, suspects in toddler's killing in custody

BELGRADE - Serbian Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic said Thursday was a sad day for Serbia following the tragic death of two-year-old Danka Ilic from Bor, eastern Serbia, who went missing last Tuesday.

At a press conference at the Palace of Serbia, Gasic said the suspects in the killing had been arrested and placed in custody after a comprehensive 10-day police operation.

Tragic Ending: Serbian Police Arrest Two Suspects in Murder of Two-Year-Old Danka

In a startling revelation, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced today that authorities have apprehended two individuals suspected of the heinous murder of two-year-old Danka Ilic from the town of Bor in Eastern Serbia. Belgrade's Beta Agency reported Vucic's statement, relayed by BTA, detailing the arrest of the suspects.

Serbia on Edge: Race to Find Missing Toddler Near Bulgarian Border Intensifies

A race against time unfolds in Serbia as emergency services mobilize to locate two-year-old Danka Ilić, who vanished from Banjsko Polje near Bor. The activation of the "Find Me" system, akin to an Amber Alert, marks a first for Serbia, underlining the urgency of the situation.