Human rights activist Mustafa Seidaliyev told Crimean Solidarity NGO June 18, Censor.NET reports.
"It is so far unknown what law enforcement agency exactly and on what grounds has conducted the search. The law enforcers left no warrants or other papers, did not identify themselves, unlawfully took pictures of those who came to support the family. … Yunus Seytumerov's daughter was taken away after the search, Yunus also drove with them," said human rights activist Seidaliyev.
"Search in Staryi Krym! Seitumerov Yunus, 38 Abrikosova Str. Paddy-wagons without license plates," activist Musafir Zaman said.
"Search on 38 Abrikosova Str. in the town of Staryi Krym. OMON (the police special operation forces – Ed.) came at Yunus Seitumerov’s place at 6:40 a.m. He was home with his wife and children. The house owner and his daughter were taken to Simferopol after the search," Crimean Solidarity NGO reported.