South African Police are requesting help from the public to identify suspects in Krasimir Kamenov’s murder case.

As per a March 9th press-release from the South African Police Service (SAPS);

Western Cape Provincial Serious and Violent Crimes Unit seeks the assistance of the public to help trace the two persons depicted in the photographs who can help with the investigation in a shooting incident that happened on 25 May 2023 in Constantia.

Four people were shot and killed in Constantia and six suspects were spotted fleeing the scene in a blue Hyundai and white VW Golf GTI.

Later two people were seen under a bridge on the N1 driving a white VW Passat and the same VW Golf GTI from the scene.

It is believed that these two can assist the police in the investigation of the murders mentioned above.

SAPS has released two photos of the suspects:

We appeal to anyone with information or who knows the whereabouts of the people depicted in the photographs to kindly contact Lt Col Dean Kiewiets from the Provincial Serious and Violent Crimes Unit … or alternatively contact Crime Stop.

Contact details for Lt Col Kiewiets and Crime Stop are provided in SAPS’ press-release.

Krasimir Nikolaev Kamenov, his wife and two other victims were murdered in a Cape Town residence last May.

Kamenov, a Bulgarian national who at the time had an Interpol red notice out on him, is reported to have

given evidence before a foreign jurisdiction in the last six months “in connection with key criminal cases with an international element”.

In the lead up to his murder Kamenov was targeted by the Bulgarian Attorney General’s Office, then led by Ivan Geshev.

Kamenov was initially investigated and charged with the murder of Lyubomir Ivanov. After Lyubomir’s murder, documents were found in his personal safe regarding OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova’s alleged murder in 2018.

As per the documents, Ruja Ignatova is reported to have been murdered on the order of Christophoros Amanatidis-Taki.

Taki, a “long time partner” of Kamenov, is a well-known Bulgarian organized crime figure hiding in Dubai.

The Bulgarian Prosecutor’s Office is reported to have escalated their investigation into Kamenov upon learning he was allegedly cooperating with international authorities.

Although it hasn’t been confirmed by South African, US or Bulgarian authorities, at least one, if not all of the criminal cases Kamenov was assisting with are believed to tie into OneCoin.

In the aftermath, the Geshev led Bulgarian Public Prosecutor’s Office was also harassing Bulgarian journalists reporting on OneCoin related corruption.

Taki, through a proxy, also filed six defamation cases against Bulgarian journalists reporting on the Ruja Ignatova murder plot.

In response to mounting pressure against the Public Prosecutor’s Office, an assassination attempt is believed to have staged against Geshev in April 2023.

On June 12th, 2023, the Bulgarian Supreme Judicial Council voted to dismiss Geshev for “bringing the judiciary into dispute”.

Through to present day, nobody in Bulgaria or South Africa has been charged in relation to OneCoin.

A shadow of the Ponzi scheme it launched as, OneCoin still operates from its Sofia headquarters in Bulgaria.