Interpol have launched a manhunt after a brutal double murder of a model and her teenage daughter.

The bodies of 42-year-old Irina Dvizova and her 15-year-old daughter Dayana were found riddled with bullet holes on a hillside outside Bodrum, Turkey. They were 10ft apart, wrapped in sheets and tied up with rope.

A harrowing video showed police retrieving their bodies. Loved ones had reported the two as out of contact after not hearing from them, and police found blood on the sofa at their villa in the region, alongside footprints. CCTV footage allowed them to track a car to the hillside where the bodies were dumped.

The 42-year-old Russian model Irina Dvizova (
Irina Dvizova/east2west news)
Dayana Dvizova, 15, was killed with her mother (
Dayana Dvizova/east2west news)

It has been alleged that the killing might have something to do with a custody dispute over Irina’s five-year-old son Makar. In June, she sought, at a Moscow court, to prevent her ex-husband, Andrey Kuslevich, 45, a Lithuanian citizen, from having access to the boy.

Makar has been missing since the double-murder and had reportedly been in Turkey, but has now left. The country’s police have sought help from Interpol in tracking Kuslevich and Makar.

The hillside in Bodrum, Turkey, where the two bodies were found (
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Irina and her daughter were reported missing several days ago after friends and relatives could not contact them. Her fitness trainer went to the villa and found the door had been forced open. Irina, a mother of three, was a model and recently worked as an estate agent in Bodrum, according to reports. Her daughter was popular on TikTok and had over 30,000 followers, and aimed to follow in her mother's footsteps as a model.

Russian diplomats in Turkey are in contact with law enforcement regarding the deaths of the mother and daughter. Dayana had recently posted a video on social networks saying she and her mother had flown to Istanbul to celebrate her 15th birthday.

Andrey Kuslevich, citizen of Lithuania, has been named as a suspect in the double murder of his ex-wife (
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The couple were found not far from the Turkish city of Bodrum (
Irina Dvizova/east2west news)

Kuslevich, Irina’s second husband, was a security guard for a Ukrainian businessman. He was wanted in Russia after escaping from custody after he had been arrested for an alleged theft, according to reports. Irina’s elder son David, 20, said his mother “did not allow him to communicate with the child [Makar].” He said: "The last time I spoke with my mother and sister was on Thursday. I did not notice any disturbing thoughts in my mother.”

His stepfather had bullied and beaten his mother in the past, claimed David.