Kyivoblenergo board chairman beaten to death near Kyiv

Kyivoblenergo board chairman beaten to death near Kyiv

Ivan Polyviany, the board chairman of Kyiv regional energy supply company Kyivoblenergo, has been beaten to death in his home in the village of Bilohorodka, the Kyevo-Sviatoshynsky district of Kyiv, the press service of the Ukrainian National Police has reported.

"On September 24, at around 20.00, in the village of Bilohorodka in Kyiv's Kyevo-Sviatoshynsky district, unidentified individuals attacked the house belonging to the PJSC Kyivoblenergo board chairman. The assailants inflicted bodily injuries on the owner of the house and his wife. The man died," reads the report.

It was established that a group of men penetrated through the fence into the yard of the victim. The assailants attacked the owner, dragged him into the house, tying him and his wife up. The assailants then beat the pair, demanding that they disclose the whereabouts of a safe. 

Not receiving the information, they stole about UAH 15,000 from the house, a gold ring from the woman, and dragged the man into another room. The man was later found dead by police. 

After the woman freed herself, she called police and an ambulance. 

Kyivoblenergo confirmed the death of the board chairman. 


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