Investigators found out why a St. Petersburg resident attacked a Lenta employee with an ax 15:07

The man who attacked a Lenta employee on Planernaya Street in St. Petersburg did so out of jealousy. About this reported In the press service of the Investigative Committee.

According to the ministry, the victim received at least nine blows with an axe. He was taken to hospital in serious condition. He was diagnosed with multiple injuries, a skull fracture, a fracture of the skull vault and lower jaw, and is in intensive care.

Event dead On the afternoon of July 7, a man armed with an axe burst into the store and began beating the young man, including hitting him in the head.

According to Fontanka, the attacker was a 42-year-old man who had recently returned from the Northern Military District. He was detained.

Before that, a local resident of Novosibirsk with a hand grenade was attacked to his ex-girlfriend and the colleague who brought him home. The man had an airsoft gun and a fake grenade with him.

Formerly from Kuzbass wounded Three security guards with axes and knives.

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Source: Gazeta


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