The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia guarantees a remuneration of 1 million rubles for information facilitating the solving of a murder and assistance in identifying the alleged criminal recorded by CCTV cameras.
In 2015, in an apartment of an elite residential complex on Shabolovka street of Moscow a brutal murder of a woman and her young daughter was committed.
On this fact a criminal case was initiated on the grounds of the crime provided for in part 2 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code, which is investigated by the GA for Investigation of the RF Investigative Committee department for the city of Moscow.
It was established that the criminal penetrated the apartment through the roof of the house and inflicted a lot of stab wounds to a 41-year-old woman and her 10-year-old daughter, after which he disappeared.
Police officers received video recordings from surveillance cameras, which showed an unknown person moving through the floors and the territory of the residential complex. There are reasons to believe that the person in the video surveillance cameras could be involved in a murder.
At present, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia is establishing the identity of the alleged criminal. The wanted man is 18-25 years old, of normal build, about 170-175 cm tall, with dark eyes, elongated curly dark hair.
Everyone who knows anything about the whereabouts and identity of the wanted person, is requested to inform the MIA of Russia duty-unit at 8 (495) 667-72-14 (round the clock) or 8 (495) 667-01-15.
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