A Russian citizen stole goods in one of the shops in Simferopol, which, according to her, she gave to the homeless, according to the report of the press service of the Russia-controlled Interior Ministry in the Crimea.

A representative of the administration of one of the industrial goods stores applied to the “police”, and reported the theft of goods worth more than 10,000 rubles.

“In the course of carrying out operational search activities, criminal investigation officers detained a 43-year-old resident of the city of Krasnoyarsk on suspicion of committing a crime,” the message says.

Reportedly, the woman just put things in her bag and carried them out of the store.

On this fact, criminal proceedings were opened under Part 1 of Art. 158 (theft) of the Criminal Code of Russia.

A resident of Krasnoyarsk faces up to two years in prison.
It was also reported that since the beginning of the year, about three kilometers of a copper communication cable have been stolen from the Russian operator Miranda-Media in Crimea. In August, three suspected in the cable theft were detained. They face up to 6 years in prison.