"The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in Crimea" declared a member of WCCT Executive Committee Ervin Ibragimov wanted only on the third day of his disappearance, according to the Committee’s website.
“May 4, 2016, Ibragimov left the house and his whereabouts is unknown, so far.
The Main Investigation Department of the Russian Investigative Committee in the Republic of Crimea launched an investigation into the criminal case initiated under cl. “a, b,” Part 2, Art. 126 of the RF Criminal Code (kidnapping).
Ervin Ibragimov is described as being 170 cm tall, of medium stature, having short black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white T-shirt and dark sneakers. He had a black Nokia cell phone, documents for Ford Focus and a driver's license with him.
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On the morning of May 25, a member of the World Congress of Crimean Tatars Executive Committee Ervin Ibragimov did not show up for a meeting with his friends to go to the court in the town of Sudak. Ibragimov’s car was found near the entrance of his house.
In connection with the abduction of Ervin Ibragimov, the World Congress of Crimean Tatars issued a statement, stressing that Russia is to blame for this incident.