New father is shot by his uncle as he pushes his two-month-old daughter
New father is shot by his wife's uncle as he pushes the two-month daughter in a pram after the family appeared on the Jeremy Kyle-style Turkish show to settle the differences
- Alpine Kahraman was shot in Corlu, Turkey, allegedly by his wife's uncle
- Gunman confronted him in the street while Alperen's wife, Melisa, was in a shop
- The woman's family reportedly accused Alperen of kidnapping their daughter
A young father was shot by a relative in a Turkish street months after the family appeared on a reality TV show to resolve their disputes.
Alperen Kahraman, 19, was shot in Corlu while he was shopping with his wife Melisa Kahraman, also 19, and pushed their two-month-old daughter into a pram.
CCTV showed the shooter, presumably his wife's uncle, Durmus, confronted Alperen and killed him as his wife entered a store.
Moments of death: Alperen Kahraman (left) walks with his wife Melisa (right) through a Turkish street and pushes his daughter in a pram
Aftermath: The scene in the street in Corlu, Turkey, after Alperen was confronted with a shooter who was probably the uncle of his wife
The woman's family reportedly accused Alperen of kidnapping their daughter in February this year to marry her.
Earlier this year they had appeared on a Jeremy Kyle-type show in Turkey to discuss the family dispute.
At the show, Melisa Kahraman said that she had not been abducted and that she was prepared to marry Alperen.
The couple appeared on the show together with Melisa & # 39; s mother and father.
Family dispute: Melisa and Alperen appeared earlier this year on a Turkish reality show in which the family broadcast their differences on TV
Disagreement: Melisa & # 39; s mother (left), father (center) and another family member in the TV program
After the shooting in Corlu, the alleged murderer fled the scene but was quickly stopped by the police.
According to reports, two passers-by were also hit by ricochet bullets and taken to the nearby hospital.
Meanwhile, Kahraman's body was taken to the morgue of the same hospital to undergo an autopsy, according to local media.
The suspected murderer has so far refused to make a statement to the Turkish police without his lawyer.
The investigation continues.
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