The Search Is Over: Todorić Hands Himself In To British Police

Lauren Simmonds

The search for Ivica Todorić ends in London.

As Jutarnji List writes on the 7th of November, 2017, Ivica Todorić has handed himself in to the British police at Charing Cross station in London.

N1 reports that the Croatian authorities received notification that at 09:04 local time, Ivica Todorić arrived at Charing Cross police station in London where he was arrested under the conditions of his European Arrest Warrant.

Croatia directly sent the official European arrest warrant for Ivica Todorić to the United Kingdom, N1 reports. The British police now have to comply with that order and detain Todorić, but that doesn’t mean that he will be extradited to Croatia immediately. Immediately after arrest, his attorneys (and maybe Todorić himself) may launch a process which could last for months.

As we reported just a few hours ago, it was revealed by Nacional that Todorić was indeed in London and that the Croatian authorities had informed the British police of his exact location. Todorić himself said that the Croatian authorities knew his exact address at all times.

“My lawyers are in constant contact with the authorities and the competent institutions that have been aware of my address even before any investigation was launched against me,” Ivica Todorić wrote on his infamous blog, adding that he wasn’t hiding and that his conscience was clean.

Information and media speculation that Ivica Todorić will report to the police today was also commented on by President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović who said she had heard he was in the British capital but wasn’t aware of his address.



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