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PENZA, April 18 (Itar-Tass) – Ilnur Kanislyamov, 5, who went missing in the Penza Region, was found dead “without obvious traces of violent death,” the regional police department reported on Thursday.
The police source said that the emergency workers found dead the little boy on the bottom of the pond in the village Maly Truev in the Kuznetsky district. The rescuers decided to discharge the water from the pond to rule out a final version that the boy drowned.
Ilnur Kanislyamov went missing two days ago in the Tatar village Maly Truev. Hundreds of people were involved in the rescue operation. Volunteers from Moscow arrived in the Penza Region and joined professional and voluntary rescuers. The police and regional detectives were participating in the search for the boy. The criminal case was opened over the disappearance of the boy. The criminal experts from the central staff of the Russian Investigative Committee were assigned in the Penza Region to help local detectives.
The rural authorities said that Ilnur is not the only child in the family and he has an elder 12-year-old brother. The family is considered to be favourable.