25 January 2019, 23:09
Investigators call Nalchik attackers to be residents of Ingushetia
All the four attackers on the DPS (road-and-patrol service) post in Nalchik have been identified, investigators have reported. According to sources, one of the attackers was the son of a retired employee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA).
The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that in the evening on January 24, a team of DPS inspectors was attacked in Nalchik. Two of the four attackers were killed on the spot, another died in hospital. A policeman-inspector was stabbed in the attack; he was hospitalized in grave condition.
Investigators managed to identify the criminals killed in the attack on the DPS team in Nalchik, said the press service of the Republic's Department of the Investigating Committee of the Russian Federation (ICRF). "These are four residents of Ingushetia," the "Interfax" quotes its source from the ICRF.
The Telegram-channel "Oper Slil" (Operative Agent Has Leaked) has published a list of attackers on the DPS inspectors on January 24. It consists of four persons – Mansur Bokov and three Esmurzievs: Adam Isaevich, Amir Yusupovich and Albert Akhmedovich. The oldest of them was born in 1989, the youngest – in 2001.