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MOSCOW, February 13 (Itar-Tass) – A suspected killer of the children of the police sergeant in the settlement Belidzhi in the Derbent district was detained in Dagestan on Wednesday. “He turned out to be a 21-year-old resident of the village Rubas in the Derbent district,” the Russian Investigation Committee told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
“The detectives are interrogating him and he gave to them the detailed confession of the circumstances of the crime, which he committed. Soon the detectives are planning to check his testimony at the murder scene in order to find the weapon and stolen property,” a source in the Russian Investigation Committee said.
“He is a resident of the settlement, which is located near the settlement, where the murder was committed. We have serious grounds to suspect that he was involved in the murder of the children,” the press centre reported.
In the evening on February 11, coming back from a party with his wife and daughters the police sergeant found dead his sons aged 11 and 12 years with the knife wounds in the neck and stomach. The detectives found that the killers stole a box with gold jewellery items and about 300,000 roubles in cash and escaped.
The criminal case was opened for murder of two and more people and banditry.