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Kegashbek Orunbayev (Kegashbek Shamshievich Orunbayev) was born on 1962 in Kirghiz SSR, is a killer. Discover Kegashbek Orunbayev's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 61 years old?

Popular As Kegashbek Shamshievich Orunbayev
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Age 61 years old
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Born 1962, 1962
Birthday 1962
Birthplace Kirghiz SSR
Nationality Russia

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In the next years, there are no other recorded murders or crimes which could be attributed to Kegashbek. He worked in the construction and repairs business, earning money mainly by private contracts. After completing one such job in July 2012, he rented a room at the Khutorok Hotel in Ulan-Ude, where he drank alcohol for several hours. On the evening of July 11th, he went out in search for a casual hook-up, coming across a woman whom he invited back to his hotel room to drink. After a while, Orunbayev began to think that the woman had stolen his money. Enraged, he strangled her with a shoelace and hid the body under the bed, going to buy a knife from the nearby market with which he would dismember it. However, about halfway through the return journey, he changed his mind and fled instead. Later on, he found the "missing" money in his pockets. The woman's body was eventually found by the authorities, who began an investigation to catch her killer.


After laying low for about a year, in July 2007, he met a young girl on the streets of Ulan-Ude. After casually getting to know each other, the pair caught a taxi to the village of Myasokombinat, where they sat down to drink alcohol on the bank of the Uda River. In his drunken state, he offered to have sex with the girl, but she refused his advances. Angered, Orunbayev strangled her to death and then had sex with the body, leaving it on the riverbank. The next day, he returned to the crime scene, dismembered the remains and then discarded them into the river. They were never located, and the victim's identity remains unknown.


Kegashbek Shamshievich Orunbayev (Russian: Кегашбек Шамшиевич Орунбаев; born 1962), known as The Ivolginsky Ripper (Russian: Иволгинский потрошитель), is a Kyrgyzstani-Russian serial killer, rapist, necrophile and cannibal who murdered five women in Buryatia between 1997 and 2012, sexually abusing their corpses afterwards. He was found guilty of these murders, and sentenced to life imprisonment, which he is serving at the Black Dolphin Prison.

Little information is available about Orunbayev's early life. It is known that he was born in the Kirghiz SSR in 1962, and emigrated to Russia in 1992. Between this period and 1997, it is known that he committed two murders, for which he served several years in prison. While nothing is known about the first one, including the place and date, the second took place in 1997, in Nizhnyaya Ivolga, for which he served 8 years imprisonment. In 2006, he was released and returned to Buryatia. As he lacked any sort of income, he lived with spontaneous acquaintances in various settlements around the area, surviving by doing odd jobs.