Leningrad region: migrant takes countrywoman to woods and beats her to death with stick
The body of the woman was discovered in the forest belt near the Murmanskoe highway on May 15.
In the Leningrad region, investigators have solved a brutal murder of a 42-year-old immigrant from Uzbekistan. Her 25-year-old compatriot has been detained on suspicion of committing the murder.
The body of the woman was discovered in the forest belt near the Murmanskoe highway on May 15. The dead woman had bruises on the temporal and occipital parts of her head.
Investigators found out that in early May, immigrants had a quarrel when drinking alcohol, after which the young man took his friend to the forest and beat her to death with a stick. The investigation into the criminal case is ongoing.
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