Customers get cars back after body shop owner's arrest

MILFORD - Three days after the owner of Greg's Auto Body was arrested on what police call a murder-for-hire plot, his clients got their cars back.Police arrested Greg Christofikas and his girlfriend, Ziba Guy, for allegedly trying to have their ex-spouses killed. After the auto body owner's arrest, clients' cars remained locked up behind a padlocked, chain-link fence.By late Saturday morning News 12 Connecticut was able to track down Christofikas' attorney, who got permission to release the vehicles.Private investigator joins Orange couple's murder conspiracy caseOrange couple arraigned in conspiracy murder case

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