Russian investigators contend they have incarcerated 3 group from Central Asia whom they think of being behind a murder of a high-ranking military officer’s family in Syzran on Apr 24, Russian media reported Monday.
Investigative Committee orator Vladimir Markin pronounced that a suspects, whose identities were not disclosed, will be charged with murder and robbery.
Andrei Gosht, a 49-year-old emissary arch of staff of a Samara’s informal Interior Department, and 5 members of his family were killed in their nap by blunt force blows. The policeman’s 7-year-old niece survived and was hospitalized.
The policeman’s colleagues pronounced they suspected that his murder was connected to his work, a Kommersant journal reported. The investigators now contend that spoliation might be a probable motive, since income and security were taken from a house.
The group behind a murdering might have been hired by a third celebration — they reportedly took a policeman’s ID, that was after found during one of a suspect’s houses. The ID could have served as justification that they had killed a policeman.
Russia’s Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev announced a prerogative of 3 million rubles ($46,000) for information on a enemy shortly after a killing. Twenty-five investigators and specialists are operative on elucidate a murder, according to Kommersant.
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