MAGAS, Ingushetia (RFE/RL) -- Ingushetian authorities have announced that a 1 million ruble ($32,000) reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the three men suspected in last week's killing of Aza Gazgireyeva, the deputy chairwoman of Ingushetia's Supreme Court, and former Deputy Prime Minister Bashir Aushev, RFE/RL's Russian Service reports.
Abdul-Malik Aliev, Vakha Bekov, and Aslan Batygov were named as suspects by Ingushetian officials.
Ingush Interior Ministry representatives added that the men are suspected of committing other crimes, including terrorist acts.
Gazgireyeva was gunned down in Nazran on June 10. Aushev was shot to death three days later in the same city.