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A local resident suspected of six counts of theft was detained in Sevastopol

A local resident suspected of six counts of theft was detained in Sevastopol

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The attacker turned out to be a 35-year-old local resident who had previously been repeatedly convicted of property crimes. As a result of his illegal activities, property damage amounting to more than 250 thousand rubles was caused.

It was established that for the purpose of theft, the attacker damaged the locking devices on the entrance doors and entered a house under construction, an office space, two utility rooms at construction sites, a butcher shop, and in the latter case, opened donation boxes on the territory of one of the city’s Orthodox churches. The suspect’s criminal loot included various power tools, a video surveillance system, microphones and cables, copper products, food, and donations from parishioners. He took the stolen instruments and microphones to a thrift store and sold them to random passers-by, sold copper products for scrap, ate food, and spent the money on personal needs.— the details of the case were announced in the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs in Sevastopol.

As a result of operational-search activities by employees of the criminal investigation department of the Department of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Gagarinsky district, the attacker was detained. The investigative department has opened criminal cases against him under paragraphs. “b” and “c” part 2 art. 158 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Theft”. The sanction of the article provides for punishment in the form of imprisonment for a term of up to five years.

source: press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs for the city of Sevastopol

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