Rise of Teen Gangs in Kazan Causes Alarm

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Rise of Teen Gangs in Kazan Causes Alarm
A teenage gang in Kazan, Russia is causing panic among local shop owners by stealing money and goods.

According to the latest report from Kazan, a Russian media outlet, the social network in Kazan is actively discussing a "Kazan youth gang," causing great concern among local store owners and exhibition hall operators who sell e-cigarettes and fireworks. According to the press office of the City Department of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, the identities of these teenage criminals have been confirmed.


Retail store owners, who have been affected by such incidents, began reporting to the police in late November. They have reported cases of break-ins, theft of money and merchandise. The police have initiated criminal proceedings based on all the facts available.


In the Moscow region, they carried out their first robbery at an e-cigarette store. In November, the same group of teenagers broke into two shops selling flowers and fireworks in the Aviastroitelny District of Kazan. They stole 69,000 rubles from the cash registers, as well as fireworks and soft toys.


The police have confirmed the identities of these criminals, who are residents of the capital city, born in 2005 and 2008 respectively. The boys have admitted to their crimes. Currently, these juveniles are undergoing procedures for non-departure and appropriate behavior guarantees, while the police continue their investigation.


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