In Omsk organized crime group that stole 6.9 million rubles via transfers through Russian Post is being judged
The trial against the gang members who stole 6.9 million rubles via fictitious transfers through the Russian Post begins in Omsk.
According to the Prosecutor General's Office, the Deputy Prosecutor of the Omsk region approved the indictment against Bibigul Mursalova, Alina Burambaeva, Nurgul Latypova, Zarina Tnybekova and Dmitry Anashkin. They are charged with Swindling committed by an organized group (p. 4 art. 159 of the Russian Criminal Code), as well as Attempted Swindling (p. 3 of art. 30 – p. 4 of art. 159 of the Russian Criminal Code).
During the investigation, law enforcement officers found that Bibigul Mursalova and Alina Burambaeva stole a computer from one of the offices of Russian Post, which had specialized software installed, allowing them to make transfers of money to their accomplices, Nurgul Latypova, Zarina Tnybekova and Dmitry Anashkin. From February to March of this year, they have made 145 fake transfers for a total amount more than 6.9 million rubles. Bogus transfers were collected by accomplices at post offices not only in Omsk, but also in Tyumen region. It should be noted that the size of each transfer ranged from 35 to 50 thousand rubles.
The police managed to detain crooks this year on March 6th, when Nurgul Latypova, Zarina Tnybekova came to the post office to get one more transfer. Subsequently, law enforcement officers arrested other members of the gang.
Bibigul Mursalova and Alina Burambaeva by the court's decision were arrested and imprisoned. Both women are natives of the Astrakhan region. As for the other defendants, all three of them are residents of the Omsk region. Currently, they are under house arrest.
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