A native of Kazakhstan, with a syringe robbed the office of a microcredit organization in the North of the capital, was arrested on suspicion of robbery. On Thursday, October 12, reports the Agency “Moscow”, citing a source in law enforcement bodies.
According to the newspaper, the robbery occurred in July. The office of microloans on the area ganetsky came a man with a syringe. He told the employee organization that are sick with AIDS, and threatened to infect her if she did not give the money from the cash register. After he had issued about 17 thousand rubles, the attacker fled.
Detained 28-the summer citizen of Kazakhstan in October. “A man is fully convicted of the offense against him one more criminal case on robbery,” — said the Agency interlocutor.
He added that the man is in custody, establishes his involvement in other crimes.
Earlier in October, a robber barely escaped from the workers of the post office in Tomsk. The man, armed with pepper spray, tried to steal from the cash register of the post office in a tray with the money. Employee email repulsed a can and the money from his hands, but to detain the offender until police failed the attacker fled with a driver-partner on the car.