15 February 2016, 09:35

Dagestan: schoolteacher wounded during kidnapping

In the evening on February 14, a group of four persons entered the house of a secondary school teacher of the village of Djuli. They tied his wife and kidnapped the teacher. Today, a source from the law enforcement bodies has reported that the teacher was taken away in a car, which was later discovered in the village of Khuchni, the centre of the Tabasaran District.

According to the source, in response to the demand to stop the car, the people opened fire from the car. The chief of the Tabasaran ROVD (District Interior Division) got a gutter wound. The people from the car managed to get out and escape.

In the abandoned car, the law enforcers found the kidnapped teacher, wounded from a firearm. The wounded policeman got medical aid and returned to service, and the kidnapped teacher was brought to hospital, the "Interfax" reports with reference to a source from the law enforcement bodies.

According to the same source, the law enforcers are engaged in activities carried out in the Tabasaran District and aimed to detain people who had kidnapped the teacher. It has been revealed that the number of attackers included a woman.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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