Moscow region law enforcers exposed gang of businessmen's kidnappers
The criminal group was discovered and defused thanks to the Balashikha resident's application.
Police officers have dealt another blow to the ethnic organized crime. Thus, the operatives of the CID of the MIA in the Moscow region together with colleagues from the MIA Balashikha unit detained three active members of the gang, consisting of natives of the former Soviet Union's countries.
The gang was uncovered and defused thanks to the Balashikha resident's application. The young businessman appealed to the law enforcement authorities immediately after he was able to escape from his kidnappers. In October 2015, the OCG participants planned and implemented a plan of kidnapping the man. While holding in confinement, they demanded 6 million rubles of non-existent debt from him. Kidnapped could get out of prison, however, the police does not disclosed the details of his escape.
Security forces detained criminals during operational search activities in the Shchelkovo district. They were three natives of neighboring countries, aged 26 to 29. In the course of searches three traumatic guns and four hunting knifes were found. Seized is directed to research. Figurants were taken into custody; the investigation of their criminal activity is going on, and it is possible that new criminal episodes will appear.
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