“He wrote it was an act of revenge on the EKG paper printout before putting it on the dead nurse’s body," said Belikova.
After the slaughter, the man went to his place, picked up 200 thousand rubles and left for an unknown destination on foot.
Yevgeniya Belikova went on to say that the suspect has not been caught yet.
“I think he is still in Crimea. There are no reasons to believe otherwise,” she said.
At 4 p.m. on September 26, a man with a shotgun entered a hospital in Sevastopolskaya Street in Simferopol and fired multiple shots at four members of the hospital’s personnel, killing two of them.
The police identified the gunman as Bekir Nebiyev, 55.
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