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MOSCOW, September 25 (Itar-Tass) — Unidentified robbers beat up and robbed a Chinese citizen in Moscow.
Press service of the Moscow police reports that the robbers stole from the businessman 17 million roubles.
The robbery occurred in the afternoon on Monday.
“Five unidentified persons on two cars blocked the car of the businessman,” the press service said. “They threatened the man with a gun, beat him up and took from him 17 million roubles.”
Immediate round-up did not bring any results. The police are sure the attack had been pre-planned.
“The criminals knew the businessman was carrying the money and prepared for the robbery,” the source said. “They may have received the information from the victim’s milieu, and this version is being considered now.”