Volunteer who helped Ukrainian fighters burned alive on British Isles

Source : 112 Ukraine

Volunteer Mikus Alps, who lived in Guernsey, disappeared in the morning of January 8
17:05, 14 January 2018

112 Agency

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 local police said on Facebook. It is noted that he is from Latvia, but he lived in Guernsey.

The police added that on the morning of January 8, a car was burned on the island. On the driver's seat law enforcers found, presumably, human remains. This information has not yet been confirmed.

Ukrainian friends of Mikus Alps who gave the used cars to the volunteers say that he was burned alive in the car, TSN reports.

It is noted that Alps had in Guernsey a small business for the recycling of cars. According to his Ukrainian friends, the volunteer received many threats.

This time Alps was supposed to drive another car to Ukraine. He asked to meet him on the border, because he was afraid for his life, informs TSN.

"They killed him demonstratively - they tied him in a car and burned him alive. They wrote on his page, telephoned him, they said that if he did not stop helping Ukrainian army and us, he would be killed, such intimidations were made not only in his regard, but also his friends from Latvia, told a friend of Alps, volunteer Oleh Nazarenko.

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