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VLADIVOSTOK, December 29 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Investigation Committee department in the Primorsky Territory opened a criminal case over the murder of the vice-president of the regional Boxing Federation on Saturday.
A 44-year-old vice-president of the Primorsky Boxing Federation, whose name was not made public, was found dead with the traces of violent death, particularly the head injuries, at a residential house in Karl Marx Street in Vladivostok on December 28. The detectives preliminarily found that the death came as a result of the head injury. The criminal case was opened under Article 105 Part 1 of the Russian Criminal Code for murder.
The detectives are investigating several versions of the murder, including the murder for robbery as the most probable one, because the detectives found that the car, which belonged to the murder victim, was stolen, as well as other valuables in the house. The stolen car .
The investigation into the murder continues.