The woman was traveling to Tula from Moscow, and stopped communicating in the Moscow region.
The BlaBlaCar search service for travel companions confirmed the loss of a 29-year-old girl who was traveling from Moscow to Tula, RIA Novosti reports . For the first time about the disappearance of Irina Akhmatova on December 26 told the publication “Tula Press”.
The Moscow Department of the Investigative Committee opened a criminal case of murder (Part 1 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code). The investigation found that on December 23 after working in the center of Moscow, Akhmatova went to Audi in Tula. A man, whom a woman found in BlaBlaCar service, was hooked to her near the metro station in the south of Moscow. The car was driving toward the Tula region when the girl stopped communicating.
According to the Tula Press, the last time Akhmatova contacted her husband in the area of Serpukhov, near Moscow, and her phone was last switched on in Yaroslavl. In the same place, in one of the courtyards of the city , an chocolate-colored Audi car without registration numbers was found, the publication claims.
In BlaBlaCar RIA “Novosti” said that they learned about the disappearance of girls from the media. The audit confirmed that she was traveling along the route Moscow – Tula. The service added that it cooperates with law enforcement agencies and gave them all the available information.
According to Lenta.ru, the missing girl works as a director of the Burger King restaurant. Yulia Ivanova, the official representative of the main investigative department of the Investigations Department in Moscow, told the newspaper that a 39-year-old man had been declared in the federal wanted list.
At the same time, the source of the publication claims that “in the very first hours,” after the initiation of the criminal case, the woman’s car was found on one of the car markets in the Moscow region.
A man who got into her car, served a long term for rape and fraud and a few years ago was released from prison. Currently, it is not at the place of registration, and where it went, nobody knows.