St. Petersburg apartment of Thai businessman robbed
The robbers have stolen property worth 300 thousand rubles ($4,640).
An apartment in the center of St. Petersburg belonging to a Thai businessman has been robbed. Thieves entered the premises on Malaya Konyushennaya Street and took out money and valuables. A source in law enforcement bodies told Piter.TV about this.
The owner discovered the loss of property and money at night on March 15. The total damage amounted to 278,239 rubles ($4,302). It took the police two days to find the criminals.
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