12 november 2020

3 PERSONS, HAVING PERFORMED OPEN TEFTH FROM OFFICIAL RESIDENCE PROVIDED TO RA PRIME MINISTER, DETAINED (video)

3 PERSONS, HAVING PERFORMED OPEN TEFTH FROM OFFICIAL RESIDENCE PROVIDED TO RA PRIME MINISTER, DETAINED (video)

As a result of continuous operative-search measures carried out by the RA National Security Service, it was established that during the well-known events of November 10, participants in the civil disorder illegally entered the official residence provided to the RA Prime Minister, located at 74 Dzorap Street, Yerevan from where illegally, gratuitously, for mercenary motives, committed an open theft of a computer, a watch, perfume and other items, as well as important documents - a driver's license and military ID, which are important documents.

In connection with the incidents a criminal case was initiated in the Investigation Department of the RA National Security Service on the grounds of the elements of crimes envisaged by Article 225, Part 1, 2 and 4 of the RA Criminal Code, Article 301, Article 301.1, Part 1, Article 176, Part 3, Clause 1.1 and Article 324, Part 1 of the RA Criminal Code.

As a result of the actions taken during the preliminary investigation of the criminal case, three persons having participated in the civil disorder were detected who had committed the abovementioned open theft from the official residence provided to the RA Prime Minister. On 11 November, 2020, these persons were brought in by the National Security Bodies; the mentioned items were found during a personal search of the two persons, and the items stolen by a third person had previously been discovered as a result of the investigative actions carried out during the preliminary investigation.

Within the framework of the criminal case being investigated in the Investigation Department of the NSS, the mentioned three persons have been detained and confessed to committing crimes.

The preliminary investigation of the criminal case continues.

Note: The suspect or accused of an alleged crime is considered innocent as long as his guilt is not proven in a manner prescribed by the Code of Criminal Procedure of RA - by the court decision entered into legal force.