Crimean Tatar activists reported new details of the searches that took place today January 5, on the annexed peninsula.

Reportedly, the Russian security forces took fingerprints and saliva samples from the 27-year-old Crimean Tatar Mustafa Bazirov. And they also seized his tablet and phone.

According to the source of QHA, during the search of Bazirov, his friends were in the house.

"They were also interrogated, searched, examined thoroughly up to gadgets and flash drives," he noted.

Also, a photo of one of the women who were searched today was published on network.

Earlier QHA reported that in the in Simferopol, occupied Crimea, the security forces conducted searches in two houses of the Crimean Tatars.

The searches took place in the Lesya Ukrainka area - on the Usadebna street (Markovicha), 34 and the Turistov street, 49. These houses belong to two sisters Khatidzhe Alimovna Kantemirova and Zera Alimovna Bazirova.

Previously, in the occupied Crimea, in the village Urozhaine of Sovetski district, the house of the Chairman of the Urozhaine Mejlis, member of the regional Mejlis Ibrahim Osmanov, was searched by security officials.

They did not produce a warrant and did not name the reasons for what was happening. After the search, Osmanov's son, Rustem, was detained. He was taken to the Bakhchysarai district police department, but later released.