Russian Rapid Deployment Police Task Force released kidnapped Muscovite amid higher risk
During the special operation, a fire broke out in the building, where the 20-year-old resident of the capital was held.
As a result of special operation carried out by joint efforts of Moscow Criminal Investigation Department officers, the FSB and Russian Rapid Deployment Police Task Force fighters there was released the resident of the capital, formerly abducted by members of ethnic gang, from captivity, located in northern Moscow.
As it was reported to the CrimeRussia by the press service of the Interior Ministry, on September 28 of this year, three members of a criminal gang kidnapped 20-year-old Muscovite and held him in the basement of the two-story building in northern Moscow, demanded 300 thousand rubles for his release. They made their demands on relatives of the kidnapped, who live in Moscow and in one of the Central Asia countries. Later it emerged that the kidnapped was brutally tortured – on his hands there were found numerous cuts.
With the help of the relatives security officials managed to track down the villains. During the special operation, the fire broke out in the building, where the 20-year-old resident of the capital was held. Russian Rapid Deployment Police Task Force fighters were working in high-risk: the room was severely smoggy. However, they have successfully coped with the task. Arriving fire brigades put out burning buildings.
As a result of the special operation, 20-year-old Muscovite was released and his torturers were detained. They were three men aged between 22 and 23 years. At the present time in respect of them the criminal case under part 2 of Art. 126 and part 2 of Art. 163 of the Criminal Code is opened, as well as the check of their possible involvement in similar crimes, committed in the capital, is carried out. In the near future, the investigation will held in the court the request for the arrest of all three defendants.
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