Moscow apartment of Primorye ex-governor robbed by $113k
Money and jewelry have disappeared from the apartment on Korobeynikovy Lane.
Money and jewelry worth 7.5 million rubles ($113 thousand) have disappeared from the apartment on Korobeynikovy Lane in the center of Moscow. The apartment owner, ex-Primorye Governor and businessman Sergey Darkin has reported a theft. This is reported by TASS.
“An unknown person entered the apartment on Korobeynikovy Lane in an unknown way, where they stole 1.5 million rubles and jewelry from the safe and then disappeared,” the MIA press service told TASS.
Presumably, the theft was committed from January 3 to 17, when nobody was home.
Sergey Darkin headed the Primorye region from 2001 to 2012. After that, he received the post of Deputy Minister of Regional Development of the Russian Federation. He has headed the company Tikhookeanskaya investitsionnaya gruppa since 2015.
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