This is the moment two Russian women leave a club with a convicted rapist before he ‘killed them for refusing a threesome and fed their cut up bodies to dogs’.
Chilling footage shows Alexandr Maslennikov, 31, smoking a cigarette and carrying a bottle of wine as he leaves the karaoke club at 6am in the Russian city of Volzhsky.
He is followed by sales assistants Daria Labutina, 29, and Olga Shaposhnikova, 28, who are known to have accompanied him to a flat he rented after being released from prison over rapes, sexual assault and robbery.
Police say he then stabbed the women to death and dismembered their bodies.
Chilling CCTV shows women leaving club with man who killed them.
karaoke club in the industrial city of Volzhsky on October 13
While he confessed to murdering both women, he has been reluctant to give police all the details.
The women had been missing since visiting Voice karaoke club in the industrial city of Volzhsky on October 13.
Their mobile phones stopped working immediately and frantic relatives could not reach them.
Police established that they had left the club with 6ft 6 ins Maslennikov who had been freed from jail in May after serving 11 years for rape, sexual assault and robbery.
‘The criminal dismembered their bodies and ground them up with a mincer,’ reported Moskovsky Komsomolets citing law enforcement sources.
Their remains were ‘fed to dogs’, according to local reports.
Body parts of the women were also found in a forest near the city, in Volgograd region, say police sources.
Five days after the women vanished, charges of ‘murder of two people’ were laid against Maslennikov in absentia and he was put on the Russian wanted list.
The local mayor offered a 700,000 rouble reward (£9,100) for information on the suspect.
Maslennikov was detained late last week by police close to Moscow where he had fled and begun dating a woman, a mother of one who worked as a hairdresser.
She had earlier been his penpal.
In a video of his interrogation, the suspect is seen sweating as he is quizzed by a policeman.