Russian law enforcers held the search at the house of Khalil Ablyamitov, which is located in the urban-type settlement of Azovske, Dzhankoy district of the Russian-occupied Crimea, "Crimean Solidarity" reported.
The information about the search was received about 7 a.m. on November 8. According to the human rights group, 11 people were in the masks among the law enforcers; they had patches of special police on their uniforms.
Five people live in the searched house, including a one-and-a-half-year-old baby. During the search, an older father felt bad and the ambulance was called.
After the search of at the apartment of the son of the house owner, Ablyalim Ablyamitov and his wife Aidzhan were taken to an unknown destination by the law enforcers. Their small child was left at home. According to the human rights group, the relatives of Ablyamitov family called to the tip line of the FSB to report about the disappearance, and their application was accepted; however, the FSB claimed that the mentioned people did not reach them and the law enforcers do not possess such data.
According to journalist Anton Naumlyuk, detained Ablyalim Ablyamitov and his wife Aidzhan were put in the different cars after the search, one of them headed to Simferopol and another one to Dzhankoy.
'But as a result, both detained are taken to Simferopol,' Naumlyuk reported on Facebook.
As we reported, Kyiv District Court of Simferopol in the Russian-annexed Crimea arrested Crimean Tatar Dilaver Gafarov. Gafarov was detained on October 30, after the search at his home in Zhemchuzhyna Krymu village.
Earlier, the searches were conducted in the house of Osman Belyalov in the annexed Crimea. It was noted that cars and minibuses of Russian security agencies were near Osman’s house. Almost everyone who approached the house was recorded on video.