Shooting in Rostov: bodies of deceased and wounded thrown near hospital
The police are looking for foreign cars, on which suspects hid.
Near the Bacon&John restaurant in Rostov-on-Don, there was a shooting, which resulted in the death of one man aged 35-40 years old, and another one was seriously injured, reports the DonDay site. Sources of the publication report that the police are looking for six cars, which could the suspects use.
The bodies of the deceased and wounded were thrown away from the emergency hospital, the 1Rnd.ru portal reports. Rostov Glavny public page published a video from surveillance cameras, which show how a car pulls up to the hospital, then its driver opens the back door and leaves. The frame shows that there is an immobilized man.
Reports about the search for those involved in the shooting were confirmed by the representative of the Interior Ministry of Russia in the Rostov region. He announced the verification and search activities to identify those involved in the crime. According to 1Rnd.ru, the police are looking for people from the North Caucasus. 112 Telegram channel writes that the car on which the dead and wounded were brought belongs to 33-year-old Islam Akhtakhanov.
Major of the Operative Unit No. 6 in the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow, Kirill Dvoretskov, is the nephew of General Boris Pishchulin, who used to head the police of the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow.