Azerbaijani crime groups’ shootout in Yamal: 1 killed, 2 wounded
According to preliminary data, a shootout between members of ethnic crime groups occurred because of the redistribution of business.
On Saturday, December 1, in the city of Nadym, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District (YNAO), the conflict between immigrants from Azerbaijan ended in a shootout, as a result of which one of the participants was killed, two more were taken to intensive care with serious injuries.
According to the Telegram-channel Malo Yamala, the clash between the participants of ethnic criminal groups took place because of the redistribution of business. According to unofficial data, the murdered Akshin Hasanov was the leader of one of the conflicting organized criminal groups. The injured ones were two wrestling coaches Yalchyn and Mayis Mamedov.
The law enforcement agencies told the local media that the identities of the participants in the shootout were established. An investigation team is working at the scene, which according to eyewitnesses from social networks is located next to the city tax inspectorate, a search for witnesses is underway.
In connection with the incident, the entire personnel of the MIA Directorate for Nadym district was alarmed, an “Interception” plan was introduced. Operational search activities are being carried out in relation to those involved in the incident, said Irina Budkina, press secretary of the police department of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, told Ura.ru.
The investigating authorities of the Investigative Committee of the ICR for the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District initiated a criminal case under Art. 105 of the Russian Criminal Code (Murder).
Video: Murder in Nadym (video shooting from passing by cars)
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