Accomplices of thief in law Sakal detained in Moscow
The members of the crime group are suspected of thefts and robberies.
In Moscow, law enforcers have detained the accomplices of Kyrgyz thief in law Ulan Toktosunov, known in the criminal underworld as Sakal. This is reported by REN TV.
The investigation believes that the accomplices acted as a crime group, which was led by one of the thief in law’s subordinates. Sakal is currently serving his sentence in Kyrgyzstan. The members of the crime group are involved in robberies, thefts, extortions, and other crimes.
Siloviki managed to track them down after the latter intervened in the lives of women who had come from Kyrgyzstan to work in Moscow. Their involvement in a robbery has been established. There are no further details for now.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, Sakal was previously sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment for organizing the murder of crime lord Damir Saparbekov, which took place in April 2015.
In May 2015, Toktosunov was put on the wanted list, however, 7 months ago, he returned to Kyrgyzstan and turned in to the authorities. December 22, 2016, the court of Bishkek delivered the judgment to the thief in law.
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