Russian police suspected of stealing 3,000 liters of alcohol

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Date: 23 Sep 2022 Time: 11:19:54

Police suspected 3,000 liters of alcohol had been stolen during an investigation in Saratov.

In Saratov, investigators opened cases against police officers for theft of businessmen’s property. On Thursday, September 22, was informed by the regional department of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR).

According to the investigation, on June 23, law enforcement officials seized liquor from a company involved in wholesale liquor trade. According to the results of the audit, it was found that the company did not violate the law. While the police recovered part of the goods, more than three thousand liters of materials were stolen.

Security agents of the Ministry of Home Affairs and the FSB uncovered the crime. Dishonest law enforcement officials are charged with crimes under Articles 169 (“obstructing lawful business activity”) and 285 (“abuse of official powers”) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

Now TFR officials are investigating all the circumstances of the incident.


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