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More than 38 million rubles stolen from the national museum of Yakutia
Three former employees of the National Art Museum in Yakutia were found guilty of embezzlement of budget funds. As the court found, for three years of their work, they caused damage in the amount of 38 million 930 thousand rubles. The prosecutor's office demanded to recover the money from the convicts.
According to the press service of the department, from 2014 to 2017, museum workers systematically transferred illegal payments to their relatives, as well as overstated their own salaries. In addition, a number of thefts were committed in 2013 in the amount of one million rubles. During the trial, the accused voluntarily compensated for the damage in the amount of 4 million 413 thousand 500 rubles.
The Republican Prosecutor’s Office appealed to the court with a demand to recover from the convicts the entire amount of damage caused to the treasury. The court satisfied these requirements. When the decision comes into force, the former museum staff will remain owed to the state more than 35 million rubles. In addition, for the commission of a crime, they received sentences of two to three years in prison in a penal colony.