Passengers of shot car in Anapa were family of criminal lord murdered in 90s
Valter Arutyunyan was killed at cemetery in 2013 by a contract killer.
First details of bloody murder, which took place on the day of June 17 in Anapa occurred . At one of the cross roads of Pionersky avenue, near an aqua park, two killers sitting in Mercedes without license plate numbers shot driver and passengers of Mazda. Killers attacked the Mazda, when it stopped at the traffic light. The driver’s wife was shot dead, their child miraculously stayed alive. The driver of the foreign car was seriously injured and was urgently hospitalized in local hospital.
It occurred later that the driver seat of the shot Mazda was occupied by Timur P. – son of local criminal authority Valter Arutyunyan, who was shot dead at cemetery in 2013 by a contract killer. It happened, when he was controlling workers, who were building his family vault.
“For three years already criminal showdowns in Anapa continue. It seems that now, the son of Valter probably was the murderers’ target, but he stayed alive – three bullets were taken out from his back and now he is in intensive care,” - told Life an informed source in law enforcement agencies of the district.
A criminal case over the event was initiated under articles – “Murder”, “Assassination attempt on two or more persons” and “Illegal weapon trading”.
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