Today it became known that the hockey player Oleg Lee lost an expensive car “Infiniti”. The sportsman who plays for SKA club in St. Petersburg, parked the car for only half an hour on the central street of the Northern capital – Nevsky Prospekt, but after he returned, the foreign car was no longer there.
Dark-red crossover 28-year-old Oleg is estimated at 1.5 million rubles. In early July, it was reported that the police was able to detain a gang of hijackers, whose production became expensive cars.
Apparently, for the time of searching the athlete will have to choose another means of transportation
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Lee only recently began to play for the St. Petersburg club – in May of this year he signed a contract and moved to the northern capital. Prior to this, beginning in 2015, he was in favor of Khabarovsk “Amur”. The athlete is considered one of the most successful hockey players – he is the winner of the Universiade gold medals, and also won the “ALROSA Cup” in the team.
More recently, the sports world was shocked by the shocking news – skater Denis Tena was killed in Alma-Ata. Attackers tried to remove the mirrors from his car, but when they saw the owner, they got into a fight. Kazakhstani doctors could not save the life of the young figure skater. “The detainees told that they needed money. There was an idea to steal mirrors. At that time the owner of the car came out. There was a fight, during which a stab wound was inflicted. They say that they did not know that they attacked Denis Tena. About the fact that Denis Ten became their victim – they learned from the Internet, “said the head of the Department of Internal Affairs of Almaty Serik Kudebayev.
Oleg considers one of the prospective players // Photo: VK.com
Oleg Lee did not see the intruders who hijacked his car. As reported by the publication “78.ru”, now the young man immediately appealed to the law enforcement bodies after he discovered the loss. Now he hopes that the car will still be found – the hijackers are trying to figure out the records of video cameras installed on the streets.