Metropolitan police are searching for a criminal, involved in a major theft of film and equipment at the Central Studio of children’s and youth films named
Gorky. The damage amounted to several million rubles.

Information about the theft, committed on the territory of the film Studio located at ulitsa Sergeya eyzenshteyna, 8, enrolled in the law enforcement bodies on 31 October evening. About it reports “Interfax” citing a source in law enforcement bodies.

“The police established that on the territory of the Studio is unknown,
pick the lock of the door of one of open company engaged in the production
movies and television programs, stole the film and
equipment for filming belonging to the company”, – the interlocutor told.

According to him, the total damage is estimated at
three million 486 746 thousand rubles.

A criminal case was opened under part 4 of article 158 (“Theft in especially large size”) the criminal code of the Russian Federation.

According to TASS, the theft of equipment and film was made in the period from 28 to 31 October. A representative of the film company contacted the police on 31 October at 23:45.

It is also assumed that on the territory of the Studio, the offender walked through the checkpoint. Channel 360 says that production of the thief of steel blank of a film, tripods and other equipment. Published photos from the scene.

Studio of children’s and youth films named after Maxim Gorky is one of the oldest and largest in Russia. The Studio owns 3.4 hectares of land, Studio, digital line installation and digital equipment for post production, more than 10 thousand costumes and extensive acting catalogue of AGN reports “Moscow”. Over the years, the Studio has released over a thousand films, including such films as “road to life”, “the House in which I live”, “the Quiet don”, “the dawns here are quiet”, “Seventeen moments of spring” and many others.

At the Moscow Studio of the stolen film stock and equipment worth 3.5 million rubles 01.11.2016

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