The attackers rented a house under other people’s documents and carried out things worth more than 80 thousand hryvnias.
A local resident contacted the Kyiv police with a statement about a robbery on Peremogy Avenue. An investigative-operational group of the territorial division and criminal police immediately left for the specified address. This was reported by the Kyiv police.
As head of territorial police department No. 1 for maintaining the place of residence of Belichi, Nikita Dovgan, law enforcement officers found out that the day before the victim rented an apartment to two men, and when he returned, he found that there were no TVs, refrigerators , microwave, iron, bed linen in the room for more than 80 thousand hryvnias.
“During the search activities, we learned that the attackers gave the applicant the documents of a man who was considered dead. Thanks to the careful work of operatives, where analysts from the headquarters of capital was involved, we detained the likely suspects. We took some of the stolen items as material evidence, the accomplices were able to sell the rest of the property,” said Nikita Dovgan.
Under the procedural guidance of the Svyatoshinsky district prosecutor’s office of the city of Kyiv, law enforcement officials informed the thieves of suspicions of committing a crime under Part 4 of Art. 185 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine – robbery committed under martial law. The court chose preventive measures for the defendants in the form of detention. The penalty of the article provides up to eight years in prison.
Earlier in Kyiv region, a suspicion was reported on a citizen who tried to steal Banksy graffiti.
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