Scotland Yard promises to inform Russia on investigation into Glushkov’s murder
Investigators intend to provide such information “appropriately.”
A spokesman for the London police said he was ready to provide information on the investigation into the murder of Nikolai Glushkov, ex-Deputy General Director of Aeroflot, to the Russian embassy. He told this to journalists.
“Investigators will appropriately provide the Russian embassy with new information,” the representative of Scotland Yard said in a statement.
At the same time, the officer of the law emphasized that information will be provided when the investigation deems it necessary.
To recall, as previously reported by The CrimeRussia, Glushkov was found dead in his home in London on the night of March 13. As the local media reported, the former top manager was strangled with the leash by his own dog. Glushkov's death was qualified as murder.
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