With the addition of Erdal, Belgian security forces are now looking for a total of 1,846 fugitives.
Sudinfo.be said that the Fugitive Active Search Team (FAST), a special team of police in Belgium, is tasked to search and arrest the fugitives.
It has been more than two decades since the assassination of one of the most prominent business figures in Turkey, and a prime convict in the murder is still at large.
Feb. 9, 2019 marked the 23rd anniversary of the assassination of tycoon Özdemir Sabancı of Sabancı Holding, Turkey’s leading financial conglomerate and one of the leading industrial groups.
DHKP-C militant Erdal and two of her associates – İsmail Akkol and Mustafa Duyar – murdered Sabancı, senior executive Haluk Görgun and secretary Nilgün Hasefe in a brazen attack on Jan. 9, 1996 at the Sabancı Center, the holding’s main headquarters in Istanbul.
The criminal court reached a verdict in February 2017 in absentia, handing Erdal a 15-year sentence for her crimes committed in Turkey.
Hurriyet Daily News