The police in Moscow arrested four men aged 31 to 49 years suspected of extortion of three million rubles from the businessman. On Monday, July 17 reported press service of the regional Department of internal Affairs.
To the staff of MU of the MIA of Russia, "Lyubertsy" asked 39-year-old businessman and said that in the Parking lot at one of the houses on Ugreshskaya street he was attacked by intruders. They demanded from him more than three million rubles, threatening with the weapon, a grenade and throws a fighting dog.
On this fact the police opened a criminal case under article 163 of the criminal code ("Extortion"). During carrying out quickly-search actions suspects were detained, and later, according to the court, taken into custody.
14 July it was reported about the arrest in Moscow of a false police suspected of extortion at the Muscovite of money for not bringing to administrative responsibility. The victim gave the visitors their two watches worth 300 thousand rubles, but later became suspicious and called the police.
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