The expert study of DNA samples confirmed that the remains of the burned body found in a car at Guernsey Island in the UK belong to Mikus Alps, a 33-year-old volunteer, as the press service of the local police reported on Facebook.
‘Following forensic examination of the DNA samples retrieved from human remains found in the car near Petit Bot on January 8, we can confirm the identity of the deceased is Mikus Alps’, the message said.
As we reported, 33-year-old volunteer Mikus Alps disappeared in the morning of January 8 on the island of Guernsey, which is in the English Channel. The police added that on the morning of January 8, the car was burned on the island. On the driver's seat law enforcers found, presumably, human remains. However, this information was not confirmed.
Mikus Alps is a descendant of Latvia but he lived at Guernsey Island that is situated in the English Channel. Alps passed the second-hand cars to the volunteers of the zone of the armed Donbas Conflict. Also, he had a small car recycling business in Guernsey. According to his Ukrainian friends, the volunteer received many threats.