Curfew police investigate ‘speedboat of millionaires’ as they investigate the death of a fellow British woman

Hedge fund manager Rob Lucas (pictured), 58, his son, 18, and daughter, 22, were questioned as possible witnesses by authorities after Claire Glattman died on Monday.

Hedge fund manager Rob Lucas (pictured), 58, his son, 18, and daughter, 22, were questioned as possible witnesses by authorities after Claire Glattman died on Monday.

Police were investigating the death of a British woman while swimming off the coast of Karfur.

Hedge fund manager Rob Lucas, 58, his son, 18, and daughter, 22, were questioned by authorities after Claire Glatman died Monday.

Mrs. Glattman (0, 0), the wife of many billionaire property wholesaler Mark, was killed when a pot hit her on the beach at Abalaki beach.

His body was pulled from the water just before 10 a.m., he was taken to Corfu General Hospital and was identified by his family’s lawyer yesterday.

The speedboat, believed to be involved – not Mr Lucas’ – was dropped off at a nearby beach and taken to the local Marina for forensic investigation.

Mr Lucas and his children, who owned a home in Curfew, had their rib-shaped boats inspected by police.

Another ship, believed to include locals who claimed to have tried to rescue Mrs. Glattman, was also examined.

But officials say they still need to look at other boats in the area and talk to their owners when the tragedy strikes.

Mrs Glatman (pictured together), wife of millionaire price tycoon Mark, died in a shipwreck on Abalaki Beach.

Mrs Glatman (pictured together), wife of millionaire price tycoon Mark, died in a shipwreck on Abalaki Beach.

The speedboat, which appeared to be involved in the incident (pictured), was found abandoned on a nearby beach and taken to a local marine for forensic investigation.

The speedboat, which appeared to be involved in the incident (pictured), was found abandoned on a nearby beach and taken to a local marine for forensic investigation.

Sources told Surya that the Lukas family was with their ship in another part of Karfur at the time and was not involved.

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The trio, who have a five-million-dollar home in Hertfordshire, were also told they were not part of a police investigation and assisted officers as potential witnesses.

Mrs. Glattman, from Bedale, North Yorkshire, was on vacation with her husband, 633, and the eldest of her two daughters. She also has two sons.

Coroner Ionis Ivatidis said Mrs Glattman had injuries to her left wrist, arm, chest, melavis and upper right leg, causing internal and external bleeding.

Ivatidis added that Mrs. Glattman was hit by a speedboat and died just moments later.

He said the wounds were so severe that no one would try to get him out of the water if he could not work again.

A man is seen on a map where Mrs. Glattman suffered her fatal injury at Avalaki Beach, and the speedboat that was suspected to have hit her was later found at Agios Stefanos Beach.

A man is seen on a map where Mrs. Glattman suffered her fatal injury at Avalaki Beach, and the speedboat that was suspected to have hit her was later found at Agios Stefanos Beach.

The photo is a file photograph of Avalaki Beach, where Mrs. Glattman died tragically on Monday.

The photo is a file photograph of Avalaki Beach, where Mrs. Glattman died tragically on Monday.

According to public broadcaster ERT, he was described as a Karfur resident for most of the year who was ‘very popular among the local community’.

Mrs Glattman said he fell in love with Mr Glattman on the island 30 years ago and the couple had recently bought a villa, the Telegraph reported.

A friend, who did not want to be named, told the newspaper that Mrs. Glattman was an experienced swimmer.

Mrs. Glattman swims to the scene every day on her way to the island, Corfu Press quoted family friends as saying.

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The villagers in Mrs. Glattmann’s Well Village, where they lived in the historic Historic Well Hall, were shocked by the death of the ‘beautiful soul’.

One neighbor said: ‘This is terrible news. He loved Karfu and they spent a lot of time there, but he was also a popular person in the vicinity of Wells. ‘

They added: ‘I knew him as a handsome, friendly, and kind-hearted young man.’

Another villager said: ‘We had a wonderful festival this weekend and the whole village came together and we had a great time, but it really took us back to earth.

Port authorities discover an abandoned speedboat on a nearby beach Image: A Greek Coastguard ship

Port authorities discover an abandoned speedboat on a nearby beach Image: A Greek Coastguard ship

‘What a horrible thing will happen. My thoughts are with Mark and the rest of the family. ‘

The couple’s home was a wide-walled property, with a swimming pool and tennis courts.

They had a £ 3 million townhouse in London’s Nightbridge, as well as a villa in Curfew.

A Coast Guard spokesman said: ‘We received an emergency call from local swimmers who found the woman’s body floating in the sea.

The Coast Guard recovered the body and transported it to a local state hospital where an autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of his death. ‘

A Foreign Office spokesman added: “We are in contact with local authorities about the death of a British woman in Karfu.”

Mrs. Glattman, not Glover, was born in Amersham, Buxhamshire, and her husband was a lawyer who became an influential commercial property developer.

He founded Abstract Group in 2000 with a focus on property development and investment and venture capital projects.

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His business net worth is over 83 83 million.

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