8 Years old russian child Vika Teplyakova (raped and murdered) Wiki, Bio, Age, Last Seen Video,Twitter & More Facts

Vika Teplyakova

Vika Teplyakova Facts You Must Need To Know

  • Vika Teplyakova, eight, was allegedly killed by Igor and Kristina Dvornikov
  • A video showing her last moments walking down the street has been shared 
  • The girl was missing for three days with over 500 volunteers searching for her
  • Police were told by the the wife that she and her husband had given a girl a lift
  • The wife showed police where the girl’s body was hidden near to a local lake

Vika Teplyakova Wiki – Vika Teplyakova Bio

Eight-year-old Vika Teplyakova was Last seen in CCTV footage walking alone on a highway in Russia, but Igor and Kristina Dvornikov gave her a ride.

An eight-year-old Russian girl who ran away from her home after an argument with her parents was raped and killed after a married couple picked her up in their car, Russian police said.

Vika Teplyakova Search Operation

More than 500 people volunteered to search for missing Vika Teplyakova after she was last seen in CCTV footage walking alone down a road.

Wearing a blue T-shirt and shorts, the girl tried to communicate with her friends in the city where the family lived.

Vika Teplyakova CCTV Footage

Vika Teplyakova Missing

She was missing three days before a 32-year-old woman told police that she and her husband had taken the boy to pick him up.

The couple was identified as Igor and Kristina Dvornikov, and officials today released photos of detained husbands suspected of carrying out the horrific crimes.

Vika Teplyakova Raped by Dvornikov

Dvornikov told his wife he would “attack” the girl and “the woman did nothing to stop it because she was too scared of him”, a police source is reported to have said.

She showed police where her body was hidden near a lake, said officers.

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