Azerbaijani man detained on suspicion of murdering sister released

Azerbaijani man detained on suspicion of murdering sister released
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  • calendar-gray 11 January 2017

An Azerbaijani man, detained on suspicion of murdering his sister who had been missing for about four years, has been released.  

 

Search operations are underway for finding the body of Tarana Aghayeva (born in 1988), a resident of Lankaran district, who has been reported missing since 2012, law enforcement authorities told APA.  

 

Fuad Aghayev, 28, detained on suspicion of murdering his sister Tarana Aghayeva, has been released on recognizance not to leave the country. He will be under police surveillance till the body is found.  

 

The Interior Ministry’s press service confirmed the fact to APA.  

 

Tarana Aghayeva, a resident of Narimabad village of Lankaran district, went missing in 2012. After investigative actions, the girl’s brother Fuad Aghayev was detained as suspect. In his testimony, Aghayev confessed to killing his sister, noting that he buried the body in a non-residential area near the village. However, the girl’s body was not found in that place. Then, Fuad Aghayev changed his testimony, claiming that he threw the remains of the body into the sea.

 

 

Vuqar Abushov

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