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Police Maj.-Gen. Alexander Ivanov has been appointed acting Moscow police chief,
Police Maj.-Gen. Alexander Ivanov has been appointed acting Moscow police chief, a spokesman for the Russian Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.

Ivanov, 59, was formerly the first deputy of sacked-Moscow police chief, Col.-Gen. Vladimir Pronin, and oversaw the city's criminal departments.

Pronin was dismissed by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday following the April 27 shooting by an off-duty officer in a supermarket.

During the shooting, Tsaritsino district police chief Denis Yevsyukov, 32, killed his driver and two other people in a store and injured another six people following a family quarrel.

Medvedev also dismissed police Maj.-Gen. Viktor Ageyev who headed the police department in Moscow's Southern Administrative District, where Yevsyukov was based.

Ageyev's three deputies were also dismissed over the incident.


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