Tatyana Marugova Wiki – Tatyana Marugova Biography
Tatyana Marugova is the ex-wife of Vladimir Marugov, who was murdered with a crossbow.
Masked assailants murdered Russian meat magnate Marugov with a crossbow at his countryside estate outside Moscow in the early hours of Monday morning, Russia’s Investigative Committee reported.
Her age is unknown.
Tatyana Marugova Vladimir Marugov Ex-Wife
Vladimir Marugov’s ex-wife was poet Tatyana Marugova, but they have had separate their ways five years after.
Since 2019, he had been involved in a highly publicized property rights conflict with his ex-wife, poet Tatyana which became an issue nearly five years after their divorce.
Vladimir Marugov Murdered
Marugov and his partner were in an outdoor sauna hut on the estate about 25 miles west of the capital when the attack happened. The woman managed to escape through the window and call the police from a neighbor’s house.
When police and forensic experts arrived at the scene they found Marugov dead in the sauna, along with the crossbow used to shot him.
The assailants escaped the murder scene in a car, which found in a nearby village during the subsequent search operation.
It is not yet clear who was behind the fatal attack and an investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Detectives found the body of Mr. Marugov, who owned some of Russia’s largest meat-processing plants, in the sauna with a crossbow next to it.
The attack happened at Mr. Marugov’s countryside estate, about 40km (25 miles) outside the capital, Moscow, early on Monday morning, Russia’s Investigative Committee (similar to the FBI in the US) reported.
It did not name the man, but local media identified him as Mr. Marugov, the owner of the Ozyorsky and Meat Empire sausage factories.
The Investigative Committee said the intruders had demanded that Marugov hand over cash kept at his home and had fled in a car. It said investigators had found the murder weapon, a crossbow.
The getaway vehicle also recovered, it said, in a village in the suburbs of Istra, a town west of Moscow where affluent Russians have country homes known as dachas and like to spend the weekends.