Caucasus men steal $25.900 from Mexican student in Moscow
It was mostly gold jewelry.
Men from the Caucasus committed a robbery attack on a student from Mexico in Moscow, the Moscow News Agency reports citing a source.
The student, 23, at the Bauman’s State Technical University said he had been attacked by two strangers looking like Caucasus natives, who stole his gold jewelry. The incident occurred on Sunday, December 9, in the 2nd Zvenigorodskaya Street.
The attackers fled in a VAZ-2114. A criminal case under article "Robbery" was initiated; the damage is estimated at 1.7 million rubles ($25.900).
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