• Kratovo shooter was a former employee of the Ministry of emergency situations

  • The man started a fire in Kratovo not far from Moscow, had previously served in the Ministry of emergency situations and was fond of finding weapons of World war II. On Saturday, June 10, reports "Interfax".

    "Pre-installed the identity of the offender is Igor Zenkov in 1967, previously served in one of the units of the emergencies Ministry and retired on superannuation. He had a hobby — he collected in the forests of the arms of the great Patriotic war", — said the Agency interlocutor.

    According to the source Agency, the weapon from which he had fired from the house, was probably recovered from such findings.

    Earlier, the interior Ministry said the number of victims of the arrow from Kratovo. According to specified data, as a result of the incident killed four people.

    Also reported, the shooter from Kratovo was blocked and surrounded by the staff of Regardie in the forest near the village. The man who arranged firing in the Moscow suburb of Kratovo, ran the scene with weapons.

    Earlier it was it is known that he took refuge in a barn and used against the attackers build fighters Regardie explosive devices.


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