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Criminals steal three wagons loaded with toilet paper

Unidentified criminals dressed in the police uniform stole three wagons loaded with toilet paper. According to information received from the police department of St.Petersburg, three truck drivers addressed to the police and reported larceny. The three men said that unidentified men, dressed as policemen, stopped their trucks for a document check. The trucks loaded with toilet paper were traveling to Moscow. 

When the drivers stopped their vehicles and presented the documents to the “policemen,” a group of camouflaged men approached them and told the drivers to get in their car. The criminals took the truck drivers away from the scene in an unknown direction. They were disembarked from the car in the woods in a suburban town on the outskirts of St.Petersburg, Interfax reports.

Other trucks carrying cargos of sausages, pork and coffee have been hijacked in St.Petersburg under similar circumstances over the recent 1.5 months. All the trucks were carrying the cargos to Moscow.

Spokesmen for the Russian Interior Affairs Ministry said that the ministry was concerned with the growing number of crimes, in which fraudsters used both the police uniform and police vehicles.


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