NEW CCTV footage that has emerged shows a suspicious car followed by a motorbike fleeing the scene of the Brit mum’s murder.
The dark-coloured car and the motorbike can be seen passing near the home in Glyka Nera, Greece, where Caroline Crouch, 20, was tortured and killed in a horror raid on May 11.
The sadistic robbers held a gun to her 11-month-old baby’s head after they tied up her husband, helicopter pilot Charalambos Anagnostopoulos, 32.
The gang escaped with £30,000 in cash and jewels, but cops think they believed another £86,000 was hidden there.
Last week TV investigative programme Tunnel revealed a short clip showing a suspicious car and a motorbike.
The car was seen turning on Diadochou Pavlou Street to Lavriou Avenue in Glyka Nera.
During last night’s episode, a viewer who lives on Karaiskaki Street, close to where the horrific crime took place, sent CCTV footage showing a dark car passing while moments later a motorbike followed it.
The dark car can be seen passing at 05:07 and four minutes later, at 05:11, follows the motorbike with the rider, appear to be wearing a hooded sweatshirt.
The footage is currently being examined by police.
Meanwhile, a neighbour of the couple told the outlet: “I could hear a motorbike the days before the incident which was standing for a few seconds at the corner of Parodos with Panagouli Street.
“He would circle around the block, return and then leave.
“I did not see anything, I could just hear it, because it was late at night about two o’clock.
“They are monsters, how do they kill a mother like that?”
Currently there is a reward of £250,000 for information into the young mum’s death.
Detectives have so far failed to link a Georgian man who they arrested to Caroline’s murder.
However, Greek Police Union member Stavros Balaskas told MEGA that police is getting closer in locating the robbers, reports in.gr.
“Day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute we are getting closer.
“The inquiries are sealed. The officers who are involved are close to solving the heinous crime.”
He added that police believe the gang stayed for a long time at the couple’s home.
Last week Caroline’s husband Charalambos was quizzed by cops for a second time after the crime.
Earlier this month Caroline’s funeral took place on the island of Alonissos which her father, retired oil exec David was unable to attend as he is ill.