Raw materials were taken out by unknown people, using forged documents.
7 tons of titanium were stolen from the warehouse of Russia’s largest arms manufacturer in Korolyov near Moscow. It is used to produce air-to-ground and air-to-air combat missiles.
This is reported by the Telegram channel Mash . It is noted that unknown people took out strategic raw materials using forged documents.PauseUnmute
Loaded : 100.00%
Remaining Time -0:19fullscreen
“Seven tons of titanium were stolen from a subsidiary of the Tactical Missiles holding. The company manufactures air-to-ground and air-to-air missiles and wind turbines,” the report says.
The criminals used a fake power of attorney, entered the warehouse in Korolev and took out 7,319 kilograms of raw materials worth 18 million rubles.
“Why the checkpoint didn’t recognize the fake, or one of the employees is connected with the theft, and whether the faces of the thieves are visible on the cameras, the police are investigating,” Mash notes.