The Cantonal Court in Zenica has ordered a one-month detention for a Turkish citizen, Janer Tajlan, who is suspected of killing two Zenica citizens. The Cantonal Court confirmed that a decision was made today on ordering a one-month detention for Janer Tajlan, which is calculated from January 14, and will last until February 14. Tajlan is suspected of killing two people from Zenica, who were engaged in foreign exchange, and stole an unknown amount of money from them. According to unofficial information, Tajlan allegedly planned to exchange 55,000 euros, which is why the two Zenica residents came to the agreed place where their bodies were found. The suspect was allegedly in large debts due to gambling, and this way of getting money should have been a “salvation” for his problems. However, less than 28 hours after the incident, after which he left the scene of the murder, members of the Central Bosnia Canton MUP first found the van in which he escaped, after which he was arrested at the Busovača Municipality and taken to the Busovača Police Station, and then to Zenica. .