Novaya Moscow: North Caucasus natives detained for pensioner's robbery
The court has placed both defendants in custody.
Natives of the North Caucasus once again marked in the criminal chronicle of the capital. As the press service of the Interior Ministry reported, the other day two Caucasians, suspected of armed assault on the pensioner, were arrested on the Khoroshevskoye highway. The criminal case under part 4 of Art. 162 of the Criminal Code (Robbery) was opened against them.
The crime was solved without delay after the message about the attack on 68-year-old visitor from the North Caucasus got on duty of the police. The victim came to Moscow to buy a car for his son. Two fellows, with whom the old man met on arrival, expressed readiness to assist in the purchase of the car. By enticing a pensioner in their car, they took him to the empty place and put on a running knot around his neck and threatening with a pistol stole 1.380.000 rubles and mobile telephone, the police said. After that, the criminals pushed the victim out of the car on the run.
As the official representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Irina Volk reported, the suspects were arrested by the actions of the Criminal Investigation and Troizk and Novomoskovsk administrative districts operatives. They were 46-year-old unemployed from the North Caucasus Federal District. They were seized the car, in which the victim, was robbed and traumatic gun. The court elected the measure of restraint in the form of arrest in respect of both defendants.
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