The Russian military has deployed Typhoon-K multi-functional, modular, armoured, mine resistant, ambush protected vehicles for operations in Syria, according to photos circulating in the social media.
The photo above shows Russian military police distributing food for Aleppo civilians. A Typhoon-K vehicle is marked by a white square.
Russian and Syrian military police servicemen are in Aleppo (Typhoon-K is in the background):
Typhoon is a Russian family of mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) armored vehicles in service with the Russian Armed Forces since 2014. The Typhoon-K 6×6 armoured vehicle can be deployed in reconnaissance, surveillance, command and staff, engineer reconnaissance, medical evacuation, nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) reconnaissance and surveillance, and combat missions.
According to the available evidence, in Syria Typhoon-K vehicles are used by the Russian Military Police.