The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation opened a criminal case in connection with the disappearance of the documentary director Tamara Yakzhina, who is a member of the Russian Cinematographers Union.
The case was opened under the articles "murder" and "attempted fraud." This is explained by the fact that the woman did not have any diseases that could have caused her to die or lose her memory. In addition, according to the UK, she had no intention of leaving for a long time or changing her place of residence.
Attention to the disappearance of Yakzhina was drawn on April 7, when actress Elena Kamburova appealed to the Rossiyskaya Gazeta in this connection. It turned out that the director disappeared in mid-March, as her relatives reported to the police, but the guards did not show much enthusiasm. At the end of March, as it became known to uznayvse.ru, the announcement of the sale of the director’s apartment was found on one of the relevant sites on the Internet.
Tamara Yakzhina was born in 1945 and worked for a long time in television.In 1992, she shot the documentary film "And I heard it in the distance" and "Sweet Dream".