Krasnodar: police puts Caucasians on wanted list after night shootout
One person died; people involved in the crime are wanted.
Several dozen men took part in a night shootout at the intersection of Stavropolskaya and Vishnyakova streets in the center of Krasnodar. According to preliminary information, they are natives of Chechnya and Dagestan.
A source of the publication noted that the deceased man was a native of Dagestan; he lived on Aivazovsky Street in Krasnodar. The police are looking for a white Lada Priora with Chechen license plate.
Two brothers involved in the murder – Ruslan T., 28, and Murad T., 25 – escaped in it. The police do not exclude that the wanted persons may be armed.
As reported by the press service of the district's Investigative Committee, a 27-year-old man was seriously injured as a result of the conflict; he was taken to a hospital, but the doctors could not save him.
A criminal case of Murder has been initiated into his death. In addition, another case has been initiated under Hooliganism committed by a group of persons (part 2 of Art. 213 of the Russian Criminal Code).
The ICR did not name the type of weapon used by participants in the shootout.
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