Cars of Rostov shootout men spotted on the outskirts
Several cars got on surveillance cameras.
The men suspected of participating in the armed conflict at the Bacon & John restaurant on Rostov-on-Don’s Kosmonavtov Avenue are believed to have left the city, local media say, citing sources.
According to the sources, the cars of the suspects were spotted leaving Rostov on surveillance footage.
DonDay.ru said that right after the incident, the cars left Severny district, where the skirmish had occurred. Then they set off towards the exit of the city.
According to the latest data, the cars went in the direction of the Aksai district to the M-4 Don highway. The police and traffic police are working in an emergency mode; amber alert has been announced. The law enforcers stop all suspicious cars that fit the description.
One of the cars is a green Porsche Cayenne registered in the name of a man from a settlement in the Rostov region, a sheep farm.
As The CrimeRussia wrote earlier, there was a skirmish at Bacon & John restaurant on February 7th. One man in late thirties died, another was seriously injured. The media wrote that six cars that the men are believed to be using to run away, were put on the search list.
They left the body of the deceased and that of the wounded at the emergency hospital. According to some reports, the police are looking for people from the North Caucasus. The 112 Telegram Channel noted that the car, which brought the dead and the wounded belongs to a certain Islam Akhtakhanov, 33.
Major of the Operative Unit No. 6 in the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow, Kirill Dvoretskov, is the nephew of General Boris Pishchulin, who used to head the police of the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow.