Caucasus natives kidnapped and killed man in Moscow
Multiple injuries were found on the body of the deceased, his death was caused by closed craniocerebral trauma.
The police detained two natives of Transcaucasia on suspicion of kidnapping and killing a man. In June 2017, they abducted a man and taken to the territory of the Moscow region in a pre-rented apartment building, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs. The Main Investigative Department of the ICR in Moscow initiated criminal proceedings under part 2 of Art. 126 of the Criminal Code (Kidnapping).
The corpse of the deceased person with multiple bodily injuries was found in a dug pit at a depth of 3.5 meters in the territory of the home site. The death, according to the conclusion of a forensic medical study, came as a result of a closed craniocerebral trauma.
The detainees were arrested. The operatives also found the car used in the kidnapping. In the course of its inspection, biological traces, which were sent for examination, were found. The motives for the crime and the identity of the murdered are still unknown.
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