Source Pravda.Ru

Murder of a Chechen law-enforcer

Major Isa Timayev, deputy head of the district interior affairs department of Grozny, has been killed in Chechnya. After calling Timayev out of his house into the street, the criminals fired three shots from a pistol at him , reported the district police department on Friday.

According to preliminary information from law-enforcement bodies, the murder was committed by several bandits, wearing fatigues and masks. After murdering Timayev they went to the house of Salavat Gabertayev, head of the administration of the town of Urus-Martan. However, stressed the police department, as soon as he noticed it, Gabertayev called for reinforcement from the military commandant's office, but the criminals managed to get away before the reinforcement arrived. Their names have not yet been identified. Quests have been organized.

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