Source Pravda.Ru

Two Muscovites steal audio system from Swedish embassy

RUSSIA. Sept 25 Police have detained two Muscovites suspected of stealing an audio system from the Swedish embassy.

The Swedish embassy's attache informed the Moscow police department on Friday that a Philips audio system worth over 10,000 rubles had been stolen from the embassy's gym at 60, Mosfilmovskaya street.

During a search the audio system was seized and returned to the Swedish embassy, Interfax reported.

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