A 1990s fugitive has been fleeing from justice for more than 10 years
Police investigators supposed that he had a plastic surgery to be on the safe side or left the country. The reality is that he disguised himself with facial hair by sprouting a beard and a moustache.
A 54-year-old criminal of the raucous 1990s - who was put on the international wanted list more than 10 years ago - was detained in on of the residential neighbourhoods of Tula. As it was reported to the CrimeRussia in the Ministry of Internal Affairs media office, the man was convicted of committing a number of serious crimes relating to illegal drug and ammunition trafficking. However, he managed to flee from justice and then was put on the international wanted list via Interpol.
According to recent reports, the crimes he got a term for were carried out in the Tula Region in 1990s. Police investigators supposed that he had a plastic surgery to be on the safe side or left the country. The reality is that he disguised himself with facial hair by sprouting a beard and a moustache. He was put on the international wanted list in 2000s and it was not until recently when he was detained in Skuratovsky residential neighbourhoods of Tula. Law-enforcement officers knew that he had his ex-wife in Tula and visited her from time to time. In May, 2016, it was revealed that there was a possibility the wanted criminal could once again visit his ex. However, it didn’t happen.
Video: The 1990s fugitive is detained in Tula
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