Unknown robbed house of Moscow Prosecutor General's Office 'grey cardinal'
Armed robbers held-up when the ex-investigator was at home, bonded and beat him.
A group of armed men robbed the house of Vladimir Lyseiko, the former employee of the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation; he was in charge of the investigation of the cases over Yukos, Vladimir Gusinsky and Anatoly Sobchak, and the sensational case of Tri Kita.
As Mash Telegram channel informs, the incident has occurred the day before late in the evening. The criminals bonded and beat the gardener, killed two guard dogs, and then penetrated into the house. Lyseiko was watching TV at that moment.
The ex-investigator was beaten and locked in the toilet. According to preliminary information, the robbers did not take anything in the house, as they knew that Lyseiko keeps the most valuable things in another place. Checking the site with a metal detector, the criminals found a metal flask with documents, jewelry and $20.000 in cash. The amount of damage is to be established, the interception plan is announced.
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