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Unemployed Woman Robbed of $160,000

Inquiry has brought no success yet
ITAR-TASS reports with reference to the Moscow regional internal affairs department that an unemployed woman living in the Moscow Region was robbed of $160,000. The incident occurred on the night of Monday, December 29. Six men in masks burst into a private house in the settlement of Misoilovo of Leninsky District in the Moscow Region, tied the woman's hands and demanded money and valuables from her. The scared woman showed where she kept her dollars.

When the robbers disappeared, the woman got free and called for the police. An official inquiry was started on the robbery, however no success has been achieved yet. The police believe that the robbers burst into the house because they knew about the money kept there. 

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