FSB searches Nizhnevartovsk police station. Several officers of city OEBiPK detained
According to preliminary data, the criminal case, under which operative actions are being conducted, has been initiated under bribery.
Officers of the Internal Security Department of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District MIA and operatives of the regional Federal Security Service Directorate are raiding one of the Nizhnevartovsk police stations. It is reported that the Investigative Committee will soon join the search.
Ura.ru’s source said that FSB officers have detained several operatives of the MIA OEBiPK in Nizhnevartovsk for bribery. It is also reported that a criminal case has been initiated, its defendants are being searched. Kommersant’s source has also confirmed this information.
The press service of the district MIA Directorate has refused to disclose the causes of operative events, providing no information on the detentions and promising to give it later. However, representatives of the MIA Directorate in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District noted that if the guilt of the police officers is established, the perpetrators will be dismissed and brought to justice in accordance with applicable law.
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