Chelyabinsk region police major shot herself while at work
April 14, the body of the Etkul police department senior investigator was found in her office with a gunshot wound. The woman left behind two young children.
The MIA Main Directorate in the Chelyabinsk region is establishing the circumstances of death of the 35-year-old officer, who served as deputy chief of investigation department in Etkul. Heads of the MIA regional directorate have arrived on the scene.
According to Znak.com, the police major’s body was found in her office yesterday. One theory is that she shot herself.
It is known that the deceased was a senior investigator of the Etkul police department and had two children. In the autumn of last year, she was awarded the Medal of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs ‘For Distinction in Service’.
“The police are taking measures aimed at establishing the circumstances and causes of what happened,” the press service of the MIA Main Directorate in the Chelyabinsk region reported.
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