As reported by Censor.NET, this is announced by Interfax citing the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry press officer Kęstutis Vaškelevičius.
"A citizen of Russia addressed our consulate to issue him a facilitated transit document. Our decision was to refuse the facilitated transit document, and the citizen was informed of this yesterday," Vaškelevičius said.
The Lithuanian Foreign Minister published a photocopy of the document in his Twitter suggesting the passport was issued in Dec. 2013.
"In accordance with the law of the European Union, a facilitated transit document is equated to a Schengen transit visa, and in accordance with the Visa Code, there is a legal basis to refuse a Schengen visa if there are reasonable doubts as to authenticity of the document or reliability of its content," Vaškelevičius added.