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MOSCOW, July 17 (Itar-Tass) —— Chief of Moscow Ramenki administrative district in the west of Moscow Alexander Dmitriyev has been reported missing. The Russian Investigative Committee said it was informed that the 48-year- old missing official went to his office on Monday in his car which was found later with no one inside.
According to preliminary reports, early on July 16 Dmitriyev went to his Moscow office in a Toyota Land cruiser Prada jeep from a dacha cooperative near the village of Rassudovo in the Moscow countryside. But, Dmitriyev did not turn up at his office and does not answer mobile telephone calls.
Approximately at 10.00 am Dmitriyev's car with no technical defects was found locked near a railway junction. Dmitriyev's driver's license and the car registration certificate issued in Dmitriyev's name were inside the car, SK said.
The SK Moscow branch has opened a criminal case into the incident assumed to have elements of crime which entail criminal punishment for murder ( Article 105 of the Russian Criminal Code).
Moscow police are continuing intensive search for Alexander Dmitriyev, the press service of the Moscow Head Interior department said on Tuesday.