A student murdered his chemistry professor and stuck his dismembered body parts in containers of perchloric acid and hydrochloric acid in Russia, police revealed.

Vladislav Kuznetsov, professor who has been killed by his student

Postgraduate student Dmitry Bykovsky, 33, was allegedly inspired by hit TV crime series Breaking Bad to carry out the brutal murder of Professor Vladislav Kuznetsov, 58, in Voronezh earlier this year.

Police detained  Bykovsky and his alleged accomplice IT specialist Alexander Kharlamov, 30.

The pair raided the professor’s bank accounts after using a chloroform soaked cloth to make him fall unconscious. The men stole a sum equivalent to almost £17,000.

When they realised Professor Kuznetsov was no longer breathing, they took his body back to a flat rented by Kharlamov.

There they dismembered the academic and put his body parts in the containers of acid.

They stashed the containers on the flat’s balcony for three months.

Police say the professor – who went missing on March 5 – was close to Bykovsky and opened his door to him when the student came to his flat with his friend Kharlamov.

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