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MOSCOW, March 7 (Itar-Tass) - Police have detained three persons suspected of abducting and killing Hitachi company top manager Yakov Fominikh.
Criminal investigation police officers on March 5 detained three persons suspected of committing the crime, the press service of the Interior Ministry's Moscow department said.
On December 11, last year, 30-year-old Yakov Fominikh, in the afternoon, left the building of the Moscow special traffic police unit and disappeared. His Audi RS car was found later the same day in a garage territory in the village of Rzhavki, the Solnechnogorsk district, outside Moscow.
A criminal case was opened over his disappearance.