Shaki resident Khayala Movsumova, born in 1984, was killed in 2004, the local police office told APA.
Search operations conducted by the police revealed that K. Movsumova was killed by Shaki resident Ramil Salamov, born in 1982, because of jealousy, and R. Salamov was detained.
A criminal case has been launched on the fact. Investigation is underway.
The Interior Ministry and the Prosecutor General’s Office have issued a joint statement on the same fact.
In a series of investigative actions, republican law enforcement authorities uncovered yet another grave crime that had remained unsolved for a long period of time, the Prosecutor General’s Office said in a joint statement to APA.
Based on different assumptions over the fate of Khayala Movsumova, a 22-year-old Shaki city resident who went missing on 10 October 2004, extensive investigative and search operations have been carried out, witnesses interrogated and other necessary procedures done.
On 27 September 2013, human skeleton was found in the basement of an unfinished building in B.Vahabzada Street, Shaki. After forensic and other examinations, it was found that the skeleton belongs to Khayala Movsumova.
As a result of the effective investigative measures taken by the employees of Shaki District Police Office and Prosecutor's Office under the supervision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and General Prosecutor's Office, Ramil Salamov, born in 1982, who was suspected of killing Movsumova and previously convicted several times in Baku, was detained on 4 April 2015.
The investigation revealed that on 10 October 2004, as a result of personal dispute R. Salamov took his acquaintance Movsumova to an unfinished building and strangled her to death. In order to cover the crime, Salamov came to the scene after a day, buried the body there and burned out the clothes on him in the garbage.
On 5 April 2015, the court sentenced R. Salamov to pretrial detention under article #120.1 (deliberate murder) of the Criminal Code.