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Son of Libyan diplomat kidnapped in center of Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

Member of the board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Anton Herashchenko suggested that the kidnapping was committed for the purpose of ransom
19:51, 25 June 2018

112 Agency

A man was kidnapped today at noon at the Turhenivska street in Kyiv. This was reported by the press service of the capital's police.

"About 12:00 Shevchenkivsky police department began to receive messages from witnesses that on Turhenivska street two unknown people forcibly put an unidentified man in a dark color car and drove off the scene," the report said.

In connection with the abduction in the city, an interception plan has been introduced, the police are searching for a dark-blue Volkswagen-Golf.

In fact, the criminal proceedings under Art. 146 of the Criminal Code (unlawful deprivation of liberty or kidnapping of a person) started.

As reported 112.ua in the press service of the Kyiv police, the abducted person is a Libyan citizen Abdusalam, born in 1992, the son of the financial attaché of the Libyan embassy in Ukraine. At the place of abduction, the police seized a passport with the name of Abduslam.

People's Deputy, a member of the board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Anton Herashchenko in the comment to "112 Ukraine" suggested that the kidnapping was committed for the purpose of ransom - in connection with the "financial capabilities of the family."

Earlier workers of the Ukrainian Bureau of the Interpol and Europol in Kyiv headed the criminal group, kidnapped a man and stole his money. They are served charges as the press service of the Prosecutor's Office of Kyiv reported at Facebook.

According to the information, the group of people kidnapped a citizen of Kyiv in March 2017. They handcuffed him, beaten him up and take him to the forest where the forced the man to give all money, more than 3,700 dollars.

The suspects are 26-years old worker of the Ukrainian Bureau of the Interpol and Europol in Kyiv and his 28-years old accomplice.

'The suspected where served charges under part 2, article 146 (illegal deprivation of liberty or kidnapping), part 2, article 186 (robbery) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine on November 1. They witnessed and pleaded guilty to the incriminated crimes. One of the suspects is put under the house arrest by the Pechersk district court. The consideration of the pretrial restriction of the second suspect continues', the Prosecutor's Office noted.

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