The investigating authorities asked Crimeans’ assistance to identify a man implicated in a series of murders in several Russian regions, reports the press service of the Crimea’s Investigative Committee.
A criminal case has been launched for 19 murders of elderly women committed in the territory of the Tatarstan Republic, Udmurtia, Mari El Republic and regions of Perm, Ivanovo, Nizhny Novgorod and Sverdlovsk.
In addition, since 2011 to 2012, 13 similar crimes have been perpetrated in Volga, Ural and Central Federal Districts.
Currently, a man implicated in the killings of elderly women has not been identified.
The suspect is described as a man, 20-35, about 175 cm, with a thin physically developed build and strongly expressed eastern appearance, was last seen wearing a dark short jacket with a hood, black pants, sports shoes.
If you have any information of his whereabouts, please, call the press service of the Investigation Committee of Russian Federation in the Republic of Crimea at + 7-978-909-11-11, (3562) 69-24-78.
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