A work colleague turned out to be a burglar. Case in Sevastopol
In Sevastopol, operatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs detained a suspect in a burglary.
A 35-year-old local resident, knowing where his 65-year-old work colleague lives, took advantage of his absence, secretly climbed through the window into his apartment located on the second floor, stole an electric scooter and disappeared. After some time, the attacker, making sure that the owner did not notice the loss of the means of individual mobility, similarly paid him another visit, during which he stole power tools found in the dwelling — three angle grinders and an electric drill— told the details in the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the city of Sevastopol.
The burglar sold the stolen property with a total value of about 40 thousand rubles to a pawnshop, and spent the proceeds of crime.
As a result of operational-search measures, officers of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Nakhimovsky District detained a suspect. A criminal case was initiated against the detainee under Part 3 of Art. 158 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Theft”), he faces up to six years in prison. The man was detained under Art. 91 Code of Criminal Procedure of the Russian Federation.
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