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On 7 October, a man using the passport had arrived on the small Greek island of Leros and registered as a refugee, before traveling on through Serbia and Croatia before entering France.
But on Saturday, a different man using a second passport with the same details was discovered in a Presovo refugee centre, according to the Serbian newspaper Blic.
Serbian police sources said that they believed both passports were fake and were acquired in the border area between Syria and Turkey. According to the source, French authorities contacted Serbian officials for assistance as Serbia maintains a detailed register of all refugees who pass through its borders.
Serbian security services are also in communication with authorities in Bosnia and Republika Srpska, monitoring the activities of alleged Isis sympathisers around the Bosnian village Gornja Maocha (Gornja Maoča).