Source Pravda.Ru

Pack of wolves kills 10-year-old child in Siberia

 

Krasnoyarsk media have reported details of the incident that took place near the village of Essey. A 10-year-old boy was killed by a pack of wolves. Meanwhile, officials with the Central Investigation Department of the Krasnoyarsk region release cautious comments about the incident.

On February 28, 2013, law enforcement agencies received information saying that the body of a 10-year-old boy with signs of violent death had been found on the isthmus of Essey Lake, located in the village of the same name. There were multiple lacerated wounds on the child's body, similar to animal bites.

Either wolf or dog traces were found near the boy's body.

According to preliminary reports, in the evening of February 28, the boy went to see his brother home. The boy's mother, alarmed by his long absence, went out to search for her son and found the child dead.

 

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