Murderers of MIA RSU Head stole his suitcase with money
According to one version, the body of already dead Volkov was left on Osennyaya Street; he was killed elsewhere.
Details of the preliminary investigation of the murder of Nikolai Volkov, the Head of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Repair and Construction Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA RSU), whose body was discovered in the evening of March 27 at the Osennyaya Street in Moscow, appeared.
According to Life, which refers to a source in law enforcement agencies, the assassins stole the suitcase with money, not the bag. However, according to the publication, the expensive phones of the murdered, iPhone and Vertu, remained at the scene of the crime.
There is another scattered information about this incident. The edition Tsargrad notes that according to the preliminary version of the investigation, the Head of the RSU MIA was killed elsewhere, and only then his body was left on the Osennyaya Street. REN TV reported that an eyewitness, who found two intruders behind an attempt to hide the body, told the police about an attack.
Moskovsky Komsomolets adds that they wore medical masks.
Recall, the attack of the MIA officer occurred in the capital district Krylatskoe. The victim is Nikolai Volkov, the MIA RSU Head. According to the incident, a criminal case was initiated under articles Murder (part 2 of Article 105), Robbery (part 4, Article 162) and Illegal Arms Trafficking (part 1 of Article 222).
The investigation is ongoing, the police are searching for criminals.
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