Possy from 90s detained after 17 years of flight
The fingerprinting expertise has already proved that detainee finger prints match fingerprints of the accused in the criminal case.
A crime figure of swashbuckling 90s was arrested in Izhevsk by security forces after 17 years of flight. For a long time the fugitive, suspected of involvement in the contract killing in Khabarovsk in 1998, lived in Izhevsk with forged documents to the name of V.V. Gulyan.
As the press service of the MIA reported, the detention of a wanted was conducted by the Center of Counteraction to Extremism of the MIA in Republic of Udmurtia. The information that he lives in Izhevsk was obtained during the operational activities. Fingerprinting expertise has already proved that detainee finger prints match fingerprints of the accused in the criminal case. In Izhevsk the man lived for a long time, headed the construction company and was engaged in the provision of legal services. Currently, he is taken into custody and transported to Khabarovsk.
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