Moscow police officers have been storing seized weapons in abandoned garage among debris
In the east of Moscow, employees of one of the police departments have kept weapons seized from criminals in a pile of garbage, located on the territory of the police station.
When in fact, according to all the standards, they are required to store them in special safe boxes for material evidence.
It is noteworthy that, although it is located on the territory of the Department of Internal Affairs, nobody guarded the garage box, in which the automatic rifle and guns have been found. Weapons have been stored for months among the piles of construction debris and old discarded furniture.
The management of the General Administration of Internal Affairs of the Moscow City have ordered to conduct an agency check regarding the transfer of seized weapons from a data room to the garage located on the territory of the Bogorodskoe District Department of Internal Affairs.
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