Policeman’s family massacred in Russia’s Samara region

A six-year-old girl has survived the massacre of her entire family of six in a village in Russia’s Samara region in the middles reaches of the River Volga, a spokesperson for the local department of the Russian Investigations Committee told TASS on Sunday.

A six-year-old girl has survived the massacre of her entire family of six in a village in Russia’s Samara region in the middles reaches of the River Volga, a spokesperson for the local department of the Russian Investigations Committee told TASS on Sunday.

Six persons - two men and four women - were found murdered in a private house in the village of Ivashevka in the Samara region. One of the men identified as Andrei Gosht, a deputy chief of the Samara region interior headquarters. The others were members of his family.

The survivor girl was taken to hospital in serious condition.

A criminal case has been opened on charges of murder of two or more people and an attempted murder.

Investigators found a mock bomb in the house.

Andrei Gosht was chief of a municipal interior department in Syzran, Samara region, in 2013-2015 and was promoted to his current post in the regional interior department in 2015.

First published by TASS.

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