Russian police eliminate gunman near Moscow

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Two people have been killed in shooting in the village of Kratovo, in the Moscow region's Ramensky District, a source in the law enforcement agencies told, APA reports quoting TASS.

The house from where the gunman was attacking is believed to be his residence which has been burnt down as firefighters were not allowed near the scene to put out flames.

"The shooter was blocked".

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Four special forces operatives were wounded during the operation, local media reported citing Kolokoltsev.

As per the preliminary information, a man born in 1967 opened fire on passersby from a hunting rifle in the village of Kratovo. Some reports said the man had escaped from the house before security personnel were able to storm the building.

An investigation is now underway to determine the exact circumstances surrounding the encounter and a murder investigation has been launched.

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"A Russian National Guard fighter was wounded, after which he was taken to hospital in a state of moderate severity", she said.

The gunman has been identified as Igor by a neighbour.

Neighbors told TASS that the suspect served in the conflict in Chechnya, lives with his mother and may be suffering from a mental condition.

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