Russian Carbon Monoxide Under Investigation for Stealing His Own Ship’s Propellers

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The Bespokoynyy at her irreversible mooring at Kronstadt (data photo politeness mil.ru)

A Russian Navy policeman is under examination for conspiring to swipe 2 bronze props from his very own ship, according to Russian state media.

“An officer, as part of an organized group, together with other military personnel and civilians, stole two bronze propellers with a total weight of 26 tons from the ship,” stated Sergei Sharshavykh, the head of the Baltic Fleet’s army examination division, speaking withInterfax

Sharshavykh recognized the suspect as the commander of the battleship Bespokoynyy, a Sovremenny- course Soviet destroyer appointed in 1991. Bespokoynyy was drydocked at the Yantar Baltic Shipyard in 2016 for irreversible conversion right into a gallery ship. During the docking, her screws and also prop shafts were eliminated and also her hull was secured in order to make sure that she survives at her irreversible mooring. Since 2018, she has actually been berthed at the Baltic Fleet’s Kronstadt marine base exteriorSt Petersburg.

According to Sharshavykh, the Carbon Monoxide and also his accomplices took the ship’s bronze screws throughout the lawn duration and also changed them with comparable ones constructed out of a more affordable product. He approximated the overall worth of the loss at regarding $530,000.

The Sovremenny- course is a led projectile destroyer fitted with 4 130 mm weapons and also 8 supersonic anti-ship rockets. In enhancement to hulls constructed for the Russian Navy, 4 up-to-date instances remain in solution today with China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy (STRATEGY).