There is shootout on Sofiyskaya vegetable warehouse in St. Petersburg
It is reported about one victim, one man was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.
On Sofiyskaya, 60 in St. Petersburg today, around 7 am, there was again an armed conflict between workers of the vegetable warehouse, reported Fontanka. The Main Department of the MIA declared wanted shooting from a traumatic gun man. It is reported about one victim, one man was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.
According to eyewitnesses, the vegetable warehouse closed to visitors. Law enforcement agencies cordoned off the area.
Recall that June 20, 2016 on the Sofiyskaya vegetable warehouse
there was a mass brawl with shooting. In the shootout it was killed
43-year-old native of Azerbaijan Marif Ismailov. On suspicion of murder 27-year-old former employee of the Federal Drug Control Service Emil Huseynov was detained. Later it was detained 45-year-old customer of murder, who was a businessman from Azerbaijan.
Previously, the CrimeRussia reported that within the framework of the case of ethnic OCG at the Sofiyskaya vegetable warehouse it was searched Sayad Aliyev, the Deputy Head of the Leningrad Region and the Regional Legislative Assembly of Vodokanal. The searches were held at the official office at Rastrelli Square on August 8, as well as in his apartment on Sredneokhtinsky Avenue.
Neva vegetable base (CJSC Nart) aka Sofiyskaya vegetable warehouse
- the largest center for wholesale and finely wholesale trade in the Northwest. It is located at the Sofiyskaya, 60.
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