Operatives of the Sverdlovsk NCB of Interpol, in cooperation with colleagues from the regional FSB Department and Transport Police, carried out two operations to detain foreign nationals who were on the international wanted list for committing particularly serious crimes. With regard to both wanted men, Interpol's international notice “with a red corner” was published.
In Yekaterinburg, during the check of operational information the police detained at the place of residence a citizen of a CIS country born in 1998 and suspected of involvement in a criminal community of extremist character. For such a crime, his homecountry law provides for up to 20 years of imprisonment.
The wanted person arrived in the capital of the Middle Urals in the winter of 2017 and got a job as a cook in an outlet selling shawarma.
In addition, two weeks earlier, officers of the NCB of Interpol of the MIA GA for the Sverdlovsk Region detained a citizen of one of the Central Asian republics born in 1984, who was on the international wanted list for the purpose of arrest and extradition initiated by the law enforcement bodies of the Republic of Georgia.
The woman was detained immediately after she got off the train.
According to the data of the NCB of Interpol, living in the territory of the Adjarsky District in the period from 2012 to 2013, she deceived and threatened the visiting women – compatriots to engage in prostitution in hotels and nightclubs of Batumi, appropriating the received money. And in May 2013 committed a more serious crime – organized the murder of a woman. For the crimes incriminated to this citizen, articles 143 and 109 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Georgia provide for a penalty of up to twenty years of imprisonment.
At present, both foreigners found by the Sverdlovsk police are in custody, supervisors conduct a pre-extradition check.
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