Glazov, who opened fire at the Moscow MFC, took with him all his savings
MFC. This was reported by the Telegram channel “112”.
According to the channel, the man had all his savings – 27 thousand euros, 10 thousand dollars and 20 thousand rubles. There was no money left in the detainee's apartment. This prompted investigators to think that Glazov was not going to return home.
Earlier it was reported that an ISSC M22 Austria pistol, designed for firing small-caliber bullets, 30 cartridges and three gas cartridges, was seized from the attacker.
The shooting at the MFC on 1st Novokuzminskaya Street took place in the afternoon on December 7. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Sergei Glazov first came to the Zhilishchnik State Budgetary Institution, which is located in the same building as the MFC, and fired at one of the employees of the State Budgetary Institution. Then, going downstairs, the offender shot at the MFC guard and opened fire on the visitors. According to one version, the conflict was caused by Glazov's unwillingness to wear a protective mask.
As a result of the incident, two people died, four more, including a 10-year-old child, were injured. The attacker was detained. A criminal case was initiated under article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Murder of two or more persons”). Later, investigators questioned the killer's mental health, since he could not clearly explain the reason for his act, continued to behave inappropriately, referring to the consequences of the coronavirus.