Moscow: bartender beats and robs man in stairwell
The damage amounted to approximately 12 thousand rubles ($185).
Moscow police are investigating into a robbery allegedly committed by a bartender working in a local cafe. The crime was committed on May 18.
According to the police, the bartender hit a Moscow resident on the head several times, threatening with a knife-like object, at the entrance of one of the houses in Guryevskiy Passage. After that, he grabbed his briefcase, in which there were documents and 500 rubles in cash. The material damage amounted to approximately 12 thousand rubles ($185).
The suspect, a man born in 1979, who works as a bartender, was detained on the same day. A criminal case has been initiated.
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