Eight officers of the FSB fled to the Caucasus after being accused of robbery


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Eight officers of the FSB, in the case of robbery in a Moscow Bank, disappeared in the North Caucasus, after learning about the arrest of colleagues. It is reported by “Novaya Gazeta”, citing sources.

According to the publication, officers of special forces “alpha” were deployed in the North Caucasus “and preferred to hide” after the information about the arrests in the Department. It is also reported that over the past two years on “participants in the cash market,” made two attacks. Tuples with money blocked the vans without license plates, where ran the men, shouting “Work of the FSB.” The end of the attack, “Novaya Gazeta” does not specify.

A military court in Moscow on July 5, arrested five employees of the FSB until August. Two at the same time sent under house arrest. They are suspected in the attack on the office of the Moscow Bank “metallurg” and the abduction of about 140 million rubles. Arrested in the case were the fighters of the special group “alpha” Vladimir Urusov and Roman Obolensky, and also employees of management “To” special services Dmitry Calvin, Alexander Karelin and Alexander Vlasov.

On 10 July it was reported that the money in the kidnapping of a suspected FSB, belonged to Chinese businessmen working in the Mall “Sadovod”. The criminals planned to exchange them for $ 2.5 million.

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