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Man wanted by law enforcement bodies of Volgograd city, Russia, charged with robbery, theft and involving a minor in the commission of a crime detained in Armenia

22.02.2014 11:26 Detection of Wanted persons

At 18.00 on February 21 Sargis Ye., DOB 1978, was detained by officers Akhuryan police division in Haykavan village, Armenia. The detainee had been wanted by law enforcement bodies of  the city of  Volgograd, Russian Federation, charged with robbery, theft and involving a minor in the commission of a crime since November 2, 2008.  
 The initiator of the intelligence has been reported about Sargis Ye’s detection. 

 

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