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MOSCOW, October 19. /TASS/. The dead body of the fourth victim of businessman Amiran Georgradze wanted for the murder of three persons in the town of Krasnogorsk near Moscow has been found at Georgadze’s house. The man was identified as his business partner, Vladimir Markin, a spokesman for the Russian Investigative Committee, told TASS on Monday.
"The dead body of Georgadze’s business partner has been found at his house in the village of Pozdnyakovo," he said.
Georgadze, the owner of some 20 local construction companies, is suspected of killing Yuri Karaulov, a first deputy head of the Krasnogorsk district administration, and Georgy Kotlyarenko, the head of the local electricity company.
Earlier on Monday Georgadze "entered the deputy administration head’s office during lunchbreak, shot both men from an automatic gun and drove away in his car," Markin said, adding that while fleeing the crime scene he reportedly shot dead an accidental scooter driver.
One of Georgadze’s neighbours told TASS the man had taken a loan to build residential houses but was denied land plots.
He said Georgadze, 56, had a family, children and grandchildren. "He engaged in charity activities," the neighbor said.