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Crimean Ambulance Depot Shooter Found Dead

Local resident Nebiyev, 55, was suspected of opening fire at medics at an ambulance depot in Simferopol late last month.

The body of a man suspected of killing two medics at an ambulance depot in Crimea was found Saturday on the outskirts of Simferopol in a severely disfigured state, the peninsula's top prosecutor told state-run news agency RIA Novosti on Saturday.

Bekir Nebiyev's mangled body had been attacked by wild animals, Prosecutor General Natalya Poklonskaya was cited as saying.

Bullet damage to a piece of Nebiyev's clothing and a shotgun found at the scene suggested the cause of death had been suicide, the regional branch of the Investigative Committee said Saturday in an online statement.

Local resident Nebiyev, 55, was suspected of opening fire at medics at an ambulance depot in Simferopol late last month. Two people died and two more were injured as a result of the attack.

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