Azerbaijan’s law enforcement authorities have found out that Shirvan city resident Saraykhanim Abdullayeva (born in 1956) reported missing on May 24 had been killed, APA has learned.
According to a joint statement issued by the Azerbaijani State Security Service and the Prosecutor General’s Office, the State Security Service has detained Mehman Agharzayev and Nariman Sadigov for smuggling a great deal of illegal drugs (including 1,565g heroin, 500 pill of methadone and psychotropic substances) from Iran to Azerbaijan.
The two detainees have been put on remand.
Meanwhile, Shirvan city resident Khayal Abdullayev has been found to be an accomplice in the aforementioned crime and remanded as 258 tablets of psychotropic substance of pregabalin with a total weight of 77.4 grams were found in his home.
Further investigations revealed that Rovshan Aghayev, an official of the State Security Service’s Shirvan department who began working for the liquidated Ministry of Security Service in 2006, has in collaboration with another Shirvan resident and swindled a large amount of money from Shirvan resident Saraykhanim Abdullayeva in return for her son to be released from prison.
It has become clear that Abdullayeva went missing on May 24, 2018.
Aghayev has thus been dismissed from the Security Service and detained along with Matlab Amirov, with whom he collaborated.