Russian man wanted by Interpol nabbed in Vietnam

Created 30 May 2019
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Vietnamese police have arrested a Russian man wanted by Interpol for storing and using narcotics.

Russian man wanted by Interpol nabbed in Vietnam

Police in the central province of Quang Tri said Wednesday they caught Gavrilov Inor, 29, on Monday as he entered Vietnam from Laos.

Inor has reportedly told the police that he left Russia in 2017 and entered Turkey, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos as a tourist.

A Russian court had ordered his arrest for storing and using narcotics.


Source: VNE

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