Hijacked Citibank entrepreneur Aram Petrosyan was surrendered to police
According to the Interior Ministry, the bankrupted entrepreneur Petrosyan released hostages and surrendered to police.
The bankrupted businessman Aram Petrosyan surrendered to the police. On the man's neck there was a box, which he passed off as a bomb, turned out to be hoax with salt. No one was hurt.
The ICR reported that at the moment the entrepreneur, surrendered to the police, carried for questioning by investigators. The source of the edition Tass reported that the investigation will apply for the arrest of the detainee.
Recall that on 24 August an unknown hijacked the Citibank building on Nikitskaya street, threatening to detonate a bomb, fastened around his neck. The man took hostage four people. It turned out that in this way the bankrupted businessman Aram Petrosyan was trying to attract the attention of the country's leadership to business problems. Before hijacking a bank, the entrepreneur posted on the Internet a video message to the Russian President Putin, in which he set forth his views and explained its action.
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