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Peter Van Sant [inside Alla's apartment]: This apartment has been left exactly as it was from three years ago, correct?
It appeared she convinced them she'd done nothing wrong.
"Viktoria claimed that Alla was on a trip with a friend, and that her phone had probably died. Peter Van Sant: So what raised suspicion about Viktoria for you? Nadia Ford: And then she ran up the stairs and then I'm like, "Where are you going? "Peter Van Sant: And she runs up here, are you chasing her? Viktoria retreated to her apartment, not knowing that Nadia had called the police who were lying in wait. Nadia Ford: Everything was spotless clean and it's a kitchen.
Herman Weisberg: I guess I have a unique view of the world because of my job. Herman Weisberg: I worked for 20 years in the New York City Police Department. Herman Weisberg: I can't get this out of my blood -- the whole detective – the instincts, having a little heightened sense of awareness. Peter Van Sant: You just wouldn't think they'd hang out with each other. But the next morning, Nadia became alarmed when her mother didn't answer her phone. Frustrated, she traveled from Krasnodar to Moscow to meet the head of the Russian national police. Peter Van Sant: And so this girl from Krasnodar comes and says what? Charred human remains were found in a remote area -- a three-hour drive from her mother's apartment. When I was able to zoom in on one and look at the Facebook photo, it was a perfect match. Weisberg soon discovered that Viktoria was a one woman walking crime wave, scamming people in every possible way. Herman Weisberg: I think that dog was getting a little too much attention and Nasyrova didn't like that. From Facebook to the Chrysler 300 to the apartment building in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, Weisberg knew the hunt was over. Viktoria Nasyrova [in English]: This is fantastic story. But if it's a bad dream for Viktoria, it's a nightmare for Nadia. She told "48 Hours" there were two people who would confirm her story. Viktoria is currently charged with eight felonies in New York City, including grand larceny in Ruben Borukhov's case. But help soon turned to heartbreak when, in April 2015, Nadia got a disturbing phone call. Herman Weisberg: The surveillance video that one of my people did, got a nice shot of those shoes. Her now ex-boyfriend told "48 Hours" that not only did she allegedly steal from him, but that she killed his beloved beagle Joey. Karen Hill |Neighbor: She killed his dog, that bitch. Herman Weisberg: Every time you learn something else about this woman, you realize that if she was left unarrested, this could of really ended poorly for Brooklyn [laughs]. Herman Weisberg: I said, "Good morning, Viktoria" [laughs]. Peter Van Sant: How does a girl from a small town in Russia end up in Rikers jail in New York City? Viktoria Nasyrova [Translated from Russian]: It sounds like a bad dream, and that I'm going to wake up, and all of this will be gone.Ford now had one of New York's finest private investigators on the case trying to solve the disappearance of her mother, Alla Aleksenko. Nadia Ford: I got afraid, because for eight years she never happened that she didn't answer the phone. Frantic, Nadia called Viktoria with a simple question.
Herman Weisberg: A lotta these victims just go away 'cause nobody wants to go into a precinct and say, "My dominatrix just stole my Rolex and $4,800 from me and I think was drugged," because at the end of the day every single cop listening to that story and every single wife of these guys is gonna say, "What was that first part again? "Ruben Borukhov, who runs a dry cleaners in Queens, had no idea that Viktoria was an alleged escort, dominatrix or killer when they met on the Russian online dating site, ""Ruben Borukhov: I was single at the time. She said she's a good cook and I said I love to eat. There is a person sitting next to you in this car, and that sure looks like Alla. One other thing that he had to say, was about Nadia.