Yaroslavl region: local Yezidi businessman shot dead
He was killed by two shots, one of which was fired at the head.
June 27, 2017 on the roadside between the village of Mikhailovskoye and the village of Haritonovo, Yaroslavl region, there was found the body of a local entrepreneur. On the body of a 60-year-old man traces of violent death were found. As the Main Investigative Department of the ICR in the Yaroslavl region reported, a criminal case under part 1 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code (Murder) was initiated.
More detailed information is not disclosed in the interests of the investigation, but local publications say that the deceased was a local businessman, a member of the Yezidi diaspora, named Aseyan. The man was one of the first Yezidis who moved to the Yaroslavl region. He was engaged in business in the repair and construction sector.
According to some reports, the man was found next to his car. He was killed by two shots, one of which was fired at the head. Next to the body were documents of a Syrian citizen. They belong not to the murdered.
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