The media continue to find out the details of the death of tourists from Russia in a hotel in Albania. The investigation admits a version of the murder.
The examination showed that after returning from a walk to the North Macedonian city of Ohrid, Russian tourists did not use anything, according to the ABC News Albania TV channel. But death from asphyxiation is unlikely; nothing that could cause asphyxiation was found at the place of the death of tourists. The investigators speculate that a murder may have been committed. But it is too early to draw any conclusions.
Russian citizens came to Albania on vacation. Their bodies were discovered in the sauna by an employee of the institution. The victims are two women and two men, aged 31 to 58. The cause of their death, as shown by a preliminary police investigation, was asphyxiation in the sauna, the Albanian Daily News reported. However, as journalists managed to find out, at the time of their death, the Russians were not in the sauna… They actually ordered it after returning from a walk, but, as previously stated, did not have time to use this service.
According to media reports, the dead are citizens of Russia, all relatives: 58-year-old Natalya Burenkova, 60-year-old Sergei Burenkov, 37-year-old Nikita Belousov and Ekaterina Burenkova, who is 31 years old.
They arrived on vacation on October 10 and traveled around the country. We arrived at the hotel about an hour before death. The consular section of the Russian Embassy in Albania is investigating the details of the incident.