In Sverdlovsk Asbest, the porch of a clinic was set on fire; a 69-year-old woman is suspected of the crime. Also in Kamensk-Uralsky, a 55-year-old woman is suspected of attempting to set fire to a military registration and enlistment office. About it reported in the press service of the regional Anti-Terrorism Commission (ATC).
On November 9, a 69-year-old woman became a victim of scammers. As a source in the regional security forces told Kommersant, the pensioner set fire to the porch of clinic No. 4. An eyewitness contacted the police. The woman doused the porch with gasoline and then set it on fire. The fire was extinguished by the watchman before the arrival of the Ministry of Emergency Situations.
The scammers told her that loans were supposedly issued in her name. “And in order to eliminate fraudulent activities, it is necessary to issue a loan and transfer money to a “safe cell”, and also convince them that there are scammers in the building of the Asbest military commissariat and they need to be set on fire,” the source said. It was established that within a month she received calls from unknown persons from 56 telephones. According to ATK, it later turned out that after the arson, 30 thousand rubles were transferred to the pensioner.
On the evening of the same day, a 55-year-old woman tried to set fire to the military registration and enlistment office of Kamensk-Uralsky, but the crime attempt was stopped. Before this, scammers who introduced themselves as employees of the FSB, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation and a bailiff communicated with her. According to the ATK, they called the woman via video link and reported that at the military registration and enlistment office where the arson was to be committed, there were scammers who wanted to take possession of her property. She was promised 150 thousand rubles for the video recording of the arson.
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