In “Sheremetyevo” was removed from the flight of a suspect in the murder of the world champion on a kickboxing
In the capital’s Sheremetyevo airport detained a passenger aircraft flying in the Caucasus. The man suspected in the audacious murder of champion kickboxer, perfect at the entrance to the Mall. The attacker was already sitting in the plane when the flight was delayed.
Soon the suspect, 1984 year of birth will be delivered to the investigating office for further investigation, according to the official website of IC RF IC in Moscow.
Killed 29-year-old native of the North Caucasus region is a two-time world champion in kickboxing, reports the official website of the interior Ministry
The search for the perpetrator began after the evening of 6 November 2016 on location near a residential house on the street Miklukho-Maklaya Moscow, local residents discovered the body of a man born in 1983. Visual inspection of the corpse was found “signs of violent death in the form of a gunshot wound to the chest”.
Employees SK the Russian Federation and the criminal investigation Department of interior Ministry failed “to promptly establish the identity of the suspect.”
According to “Moskovsky Komsomolets”, the murder was committed in the Parking lot near the house No. 8, building 2 on the street Miklukho-Maklaya, where is a large shopping center.
By the time when it was possible to establish the identity of the alleged shooter, he had already bought a plane ticket, flew to Baku (Azerbaijan). Moreover, the liner was already on the runway and prepared for takeoff, but during taxiing the crew received a signal to stop the plane. In the end, the suspect was removed from the flight and detained.
The police say that the victim and suspect knew each other. In addition, a detainee as a victim, is a native of the North Caucasus.
“According to preliminary data, men together drove up by car to the shopping centre where in the vehicle they had a conflict on financial grounds”, – stated in the press release of the Ministry of interior.
Fighting the attacker fired at the athlete, presumably from a Makarov pistol, who kept to himself illegally. The injured athlete died from a gunshot wound to the chest.
A criminal case was opened under part 1 article 105 (“Murder”) and part 1 of article 222 (“Illegal arms trafficking”) of the criminal code.