Source Pravda.Ru

The criminal statistics for Moscow

There were 446 crimes committed in Moscow; 297 of them have been solved. As the Central Directorate of the Moscow Internal Affairs stated, there was one murder, three incidents of heavy physical damage (two of them have been solved), six assaults (two solved), 19 plunders (six solved), 152 thefts (42 of them were solved) – 51 of them were incidents involving theft in apartments (11 solved).

There were ten cars stolen, one of them has been already returned to the owner. Seventeen cars, stolen earlier, were found. Law-enforcement officers nabbed 29 criminals. There were nine road accidents, one person died in them.

Reuters photo: Dummy mannequins appear hanging beneath a billboard which reads 'You could be the next one murdered: React. Get out of your passivity in an intelligent way and within the law,' along one of Sao Paulo's main thoroughfares

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