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VORONEZH, August 26 (Itar-Tass) — Voronezh’ police opened a criminal case on a 800-million roubles fraud, the police press service said on Sunday.
A bank in Voronezh addressed the police. The bank gave a loan of 300 million roubles to a company in security for the company’s assets. However, the borrowers had not made a single payment. The bank organised checking and found out the company’s business in purchase and processing of grain was not successful. Then, the bank addressed the police.
The police confirmed the fears of the bank. The assets claimed in documents for the loan, is pledged with our creditors, and some agricultural facilities have never been the company’s assets.
Besides, the company had more loans and subsidies from other four banks worth the total of over 500 million roubles. Thus, the company owes about 800 million roubles.
The police continue the probe, the press service reported.