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MOSCOW, April 29 (Itar-Tass) - The criminal case was opened over the robbery of a cottage belonging to a renowned ballerina Anastasia Volochkova in the Moscow district Lianozovo. “The criminal case was opened for robbery,” the press service of the main department of the Russian Interior Ministry in Moscow told Itar-Tass on Monday.
It was reported earlier that three unidentified bandits broke in the private house belonging to the ballerina in Molokov Street, beat up the servants - two women and a man overnight to Monday. After that the robbers tied them up, stole two strong boxes with the precious valuables and escaped.
The police reported that the injured parties could get free only by six hours in the morning, after that they reported about the robbery.
A 7-year-old daughter of Volochkova was staying in the house at the moment of robbery. She was hiding in a room from the criminals. The ballet dancer is on guest performances in Poland, and, according to unconfirmed reports, is going to fly back to Moscow.