131 criminals caught in Moscow region during one special operation
Among the detainees are offenders that were declared wanted on suspicion of committing grave and especially grave crimes.
The Moscow region police have conducted a special operation called Investigation, during which 131 criminals were detained. It took one day.
The detainees are offenders that were declared wanted on suspicion of committing grave and especially grave crimes. 30 of them were sought by law enforcement agencies of foreign countries.
The press service of the Main Directorate of Internal Affairs Ministry for the Moscow region noted that some of the detainees were wanted on suspicion of committing grave and especially grave crimes - murder, intentional infliction of grievous bodily harm and the illegal acquisition, storage, transportation, manufacture and processing of drugs.
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