Accused of fraud with the Russians deported from Thailand
VLADIVOSTOK, may 4 — RIA Novosti. The Russians, who in 2013 wanted for real estate fraud abroad, deported to Russia and placed in jail, said on Thursday the regional Department of the Ministry of internal Affairs.
In 2013, the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in the Primorsky territory distributed information about the search of the inhabitant of Vladivostok Matthew Shuvalov for a number of scams. It was reported that he may regularly travel to Thailand. Then the police reported that Shuvalov is suspected of fraud with real estate in Thailand. In March, the source said that the police of Thailand has detained Shuvalov, who in 2013 wanted for real estate fraud abroad.
“Accompanied by members of the national Central Bureau of Interpol of the MIA of Russia from Thailand deported 45-year-old native of Vladivostok, who was accused of committing crimes under article “Fraud committed by an organized group or in especially large size”. The defendant in a criminal case was wanted for fraud in especially large size, perfect in Vladivostok in the period from July 2007 to August 2008″, — informs the regional Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.
According to investigators, the defendant is abusing the trust, received from the citizens of 8.5 million rubles, injured four people, who contributed funds for the construction of real estate in Thailand.
Due to the fact that the accused after committing the crime fled, he was declared wanted through Interpol channels. In March, the defendant in a criminal case detained by law enforcement agencies in Thailand. Employees of the MIA administration for the city of Vladivostok, the accused is taken to a detention center, said AMIA.