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04.04.2017 - 23: 02

In Greece, the Russians arrested for burglary

A gang of robbers arrested while robbing an apartment in the Athens district of Paleo Faliro, was international - it included the Russian, Armenian and Moldovan, according to the Athens News Agency.

On the eve of media reported that the gang consisted of Georgians.

Four criminals tried to rob the apartment where the family lived elderly. The house has installed a video camera, and the son of the hostess saw the robbery in real time, immediately called the police. Media called cinematic heist - offenders ran away from the police on the balconies surrounding the building. Two criminals were arrested, one fell from the seventh floor to his death, and the fourth are looking for.

"According to police, the arrested: 40-year-old Russian - an old friend of law enforcement and 35-year-old Armenian citizen. Russian was arrested the first time in 2007 year as a member of a criminal organization that committed a series of armed robberies and, judging by his record, two years later, he again took part in the robbery of Eurobank branch in Kallithea (Athens area), where, together with partners hurt the private security guard, who tried to chase them. In July 2011 years Russian was again arrested along with four accomplices after robbing a post office in Keratsini. He was released from prison in 2015 year ", - says the agency.

Arrested 35-year-old Armenian previously detained for theft.
The victim 41-year-old Moldovan, according to police, was arrested for complicity in murder during an armed robbery of a jewelry store in Piraeus, during which was mortally wounded by the store owner. He was convicted of theft and released in 2015 year with restrictive conditions.

fourth member of the gang personality has not yet been established.

In those arrested were seized a bag with a pistol and a revolver, gun and pistol replica, jewelry and valuables from the apartment robbed a woman.

A source: RIA News

Tags: Greece, Police, Robbery, Arrest