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INTERPOL issues global alert for missing six-year-old twin girls

LYON, France – INTERPOL has issued an international Yellow Notice missing persons alert for six-year-old twin girls taken from their home in Switzerland by their father who has been found dead in Italy.

Their father died in an apparent suicide.

Alessia and Livia Schepp were reported missing on Sunday 30 January after they were abducted from their home in St Sulpice in western Switzerland by their father Matthias, whose body was found near Bari in Italy on Thursday 3 February. The body of Matthias Kaspar Schepp, 43, a Canadian-born resident of Switzerland, was found by a railway station near the southern Italian port city Bari shortly before 11 p.m. on Thursday, according to Swiss police in the canton (state) of Vaud. Authorities believe Schepp, who was separated from his wife, threw himself under a train

The Yellow Notice was issued at the request of INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau (NCB) in Berne and has been distributed to all of INTERPOL’s 188 member countries. Yellow Notices are circulated by INTERPOL to help locate missing persons, especially children.

At the time of their disappearance, Livia was wearing a green T-shirt, jeans, a violet ski jacket and Adidas trainers and Alessia was wearing a red and white striped T-shirt, jeans, brown jacket and black shoes. Both girls have blonde hair and are 115cm tall.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the sisters is asked to contact the Swiss investigating authorities on +41 21 644 82 31 or their nearest police station.

INTERPOL’s Command and Co-ordination Centre at its General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon will be treating any messages relating to this case as a priority and is maintaining close contact with NCB Berne to ensure any vital information is immediately shared and acted upon.

Interpol press release 05.02.11

Miami Herald

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INTERPOL-led operation to track international fugitives calls for public assistance

Interpoli operatsiooni Infra-Red käigus, milles osaleb 29 riiki üle maailma, otsitakse 13 Eestis tagaotsitavaks kuulutatud kurjategijat.

Tegemist on peamiselt inimestega, kes on süüdi mõistetud või keda kahtlustatakse rasketes isikuvastastes kuritegudes. Most fugitives are suspected or convicted of very serious crimes: homicides,armed robberies, sexual assults etc

Estonian fugitives sought by Interpol/Eestis tagaotsitavad kurjategijad

Meelis Rihe, 12.06.1970, süüdimõistetud mõrvakatses/convicted of an attempted murder

Andrei Ivanov, 13.08.65, kahtlusalune mörvas ja raske tervisekahjustuse tekitamises/ suspected of murder and aggravated assult

Juri Han, 09.12.1972 , kahtlustatav seksuaalkuritegudes ja röövimistes/suspected of several crimes, sexual assaults and robberies

Mohammad Yaqub Haidari
, 15.06 1962, tax crimes, staying possibly in Aghanistan

Michael Piotr Kuzia
, 30.09.1978, kahtlustatakse pangaröövis/suspected in bank armed robbery, possibly in Ireland

Arvi Salong, 6.5.1969, raha väljapetmine suures ulatuses/suspected of the money fraud, possibly in Finland

Kain Laidvee, 1302.1970, rasked narkokuriteod, drug trafficking, possibly in Spain

Alex Puškin, 24.01.1978, suspected of 39 diffrent crimes such as thefts and robberies, hiding possibly in Spain, Germany or Russia

Viktor Kurjakov,02.02.1959 süüdistatav tapmiskatses,charged with attempted murder, possibly hiding in Russia.

Roman Lintshenko, 20.02.1978, suspected of illegal weapon and explosive trafficking, hiding in Russia.

Armen Oganesjan,03.10,1964 kahtlustatav tahtlikus tapmises/murder suspect, hiding in Russia.

Afrail Alijev, 21.09.1942, kahtlustatav tahtlikus tapmises/ murder suspect, hiding in Russia

Aleksandr Jerner, 30.04.1942 , röövid väljapressimised/suspected of several crimes, robberies and extortion, hiding in Russia

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