Following the brutal murder of a prominent Russian model and her teenage daughter in a Turkish vacation resort, police have opened a second murder investigation.

On a hillside outside of Bodrum, the bodies of 42-year-old Russian model Irina Dvizova and her 15-year-old daughter Dayana were discovered bound together with rope and wrapped in blankets. Makar, Irina’s five-year-old son, is also absent.

After family members claimed that the mother and daughter were inaccessible, police investigated Irina’s villa.

In June, the model requested a Moscow court to bar her 45-year-old Lithuanian ex-husband Andrey Kuslevich from accessing the so.

They discovered blood on the couch and what appeared to be male footprints, and they were directed to the hillside where their remains were disposed of by CCTV footage of a car.

A prominent theory put up by the Turkish authorities connects the double homicide to a custody battle involving Irina’s son.

After the double murder, Makar, who had apparently been in the nation, has vanished from sight.

According to reports, police have asked Interpol for assistance in finding Kuslevich and the boy they think is with him.

Irina and her daughter were reported missing several days ago after friends and relatives could not contact them. Police say they were alerted after the model’s fitness trainer went to the villa and found the door had been forced open.

The mum-of-three recently worked as an estate agent in Bodrum, according to reports. Her daughter was a TikToker with around 30,000 subscribers and aimed to follow in her mum’s footsteps as a model.

Russian diplomats in Turkey are in contact with law enforcement over the deaths’ of the mother and daughter.