Ingushetia: Interior Ministry accountant stole 2.6 million rubles from his department
The criminal case is opened against the suspect.
Former chief accountant of the private security department of the Interior Ministry in the city of Magas is under suspicion of swindling on an especially large-scale, the ID ICR in the Republic of Ingushetia reported.
On the fact of the crime a criminal case was initiated, the investigations remains ongoing.
According to investigators, from 4 February to 28 December, 2015, taking advantage of his official position, the suspect transferred from the accounts of the department to his account about 2 million 600 thousand rubles. He spent money on his own and concealed the fact of the deficiency inserting false information into financial documents.
As part of the investigation, the suspect and witnesses questioned, accounting and banking documents are seized, the judicial examination is appointed, the characteristics of the suspect is requested.
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