Deputy head of management of Federal tax service (UFNS) of Russia in Moscow Vladimir Nosenkov was found dead at his home in Korolev, near Moscow, handed on November 21 local media, citing law enforcement sources. According to them, 57-year-old official committed suicide.
According to the source TASS, the tragedy occurred on November 19 in the district of Sochi on Saturday afternoon, and before that Nosenkov did not go into service for several days while on sick leave. Source RIA “Novosti” reported that the officer left a suicide note, but its contents concealed.
“Vesti” reported that Nosenkov shot himself and died at the scene from his injuries. His lifeless body was discovered by relatives, and next to it was a pump-action gun, reports Life. The channel REN TV showed the mansion where the tragedy occurred.
Later in the press service of the Moscow Central Board of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation said that the Agency conducts a preliminary examination into the death of Deputy head UFNS across Moscow in Korolev, confirming that in the course
the examination of the scene was discovered the suicide note of the deceased and the gun, reports “Interfax”.
Advisor of the state civil service of Russia 1st class Vladimir Nosenkov was appointed to the post of Deputy head of the Moscow Federal tax service in July 2010. He coordinated and supervised the work of all tax inspections of Moscow, and also supervised the activities of the Interdistrict Inspectorate of the N46.