Two Central Asian migrant workers -- from Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan -- were found stabbed to death in Moscow on October 12.
The second secretary at the Kyrgyz Embassy in Moscow, Aiymkan Kulukeeva, told RFE/RL on October 13 that the two men's bodies had been found in a park in southwestern Moscow.
Police in the Russian capital were searching for two men and a woman identified as suspects.
Attacks on people from Central Asia and the Caucasus, many of them labor migrants, have become frequent in Russian cities in recent years.
Sova, a Moscow-based think tank that monitors xenophobia and extremism, said last month that 14 people have been killed and 77 injured in ethnically motivated attacks across Russia in 2014.