Ural: MIA ex-officer convicted of gold bullion's theft from exhibits
The cost of gold stolen from the exhibits' warehouse amounts to more than 3.4 million rubles.
In the South Urals, former employee of the Interior Ministry of the Plastovsky district Vladyslav Borisenko is found guilty of swindling and jailed for five years and fined to 300 thousand rubles.
As the regional ICR reported, in 2013, being a police officer, Borisenko stole a gold bullion and breed worth over 3.4 million rubles from the material evidence. The theft was discovered by employees of the MIA BIA and regional FSB.
The court arrested the car and the money in the framework of material damage repayment. A remedial action order on the adoption of measures to eliminate the circumstances that contributed to the commission of a crime has been rendered to the superior of the convicted person, the Head of the MIA Central Board in the Chelyabinsk region.
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