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SAMARA, August 9. /TASS/. The murder of a Spartak FC fan in a cafe in the Russian Volga city of Samara had no extremist motives, chief of the Samara police Sergei Solodovkikov said on Sunday.
"This crime has no extremist motives. It was hooliganism," he said and praised police officers for swift actions to detain the suspect.
Moscow resident Anton Feoktistov, 28, who came to Samara to support his football team Spartak at a match with the local club, was killed in a cafe overnight to August 9.
Criminal proceeding on murder charges were opened.