10 September 2017, 15:39

Magomed Mamatov’s relatives cannot find him for the fourth week

The whereabouts of Magomed Mamatov, a resident of Karabulak, who reported, on August 20, that he was shadowed on his way to Vladikavkaz and then disappeared, has not been established yet.

On September 6, a message was received by the SMS-service of the "Caucasian Knot" that Magomed Mamatov, a resident of Karabulak, was missing. Mamatov left for Vladikavkaz in the morning on August 20 to buy spare parts for his car and disappeared on the same day, after he called his relatives from North Ossetia and informed them that people in three cars were shadowing him. On September 8, this story was told by Magomed Mutsolgov, the leader of the human rights organization "Mashr", who added that on September 7, Mamatov’s car was found near the building close to the Chermen police post near the Ingush-North-Ossetian border.

Today, it also became known that in the village of Barsuki, Nazran District, the body of a man aged 30-35 years was found.

Investigators are finding out the circumstances and causes of the man’s death, the “Interfax-South” reports.

Users of the “Deskgram” social network refuted the fact that Magomed Mamatov was found. "It's not him; his relatives were already there," wrote the user vaynakhi.rostova.

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

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