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The RAID on the house of the former high-ranking employee of the Prosecutor General Vladimir Lyseiko in New Moscow was involved in his gardener. On Friday, July 20, reported RIA Novosti a source in law enforcement bodies.
“On suspicion in Commission of this crime detained the gardener, Lusaka born in 1980, native of Moldova”, — said the Agency interlocutor.
According to him, the victim told police that unknown persons during a RAID tied him up and the gardener, killed two German shepherds. Then using a metal detector criminals found buried in the courtyard of a metal flask with money and jewels.
The raiders themselves, yet has not been apprehended.
On 18 July it was reported that three men in camouflage and masks broke into the house of the former head of the state office of public Prosecutor on investigation of especially important cases of General Vladimir Lyseiko located in the village Postnikovo (New Moscow), and stole from the safe 30 thousand dollars (1.9 million rubles).
Lyseiko think one of the main curators of the criminal case of “Yukos”, in addition, he oversaw the move of the “Sobchak”, “Gusinsky case”, investigated the murder of Vladislav Listyev and Galina Starovoitova, and others. He was dismissed into retirement in 2006.
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