The body of a man was found lying in a pool of blood next to Lenin's driver. This is not the first time such an incident has taken place in such an area.
It was reported that he was shot twice during the night shift at around 2am. The man is believed to be in the area, and there are suspicions that the suspect knew exactly who fired the shots. Police officers were investigating to find out if the victim had stolen property.
He was shot twice in the back of the head. If they are not brought to justice, it is because they feel invincible and can escape anything.
Wearing brown and black tutu, he clearly came out of a hard day's work, and we know this is a common occurrence. .
Two suspects were arrested, covered in blankets, escorted by police to a police vehicle. No weapons were found in the suspect's home during the police search.
The deceased was returning from work in Wallworth. Members of the community attempted to attack the suspects, and police intervened.
There are some blood stains that lead to a person’s check.
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