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10 missing minors found in Kyrgyzstan.

From 11 to 13 March, the Ministry of Interior of Kyrgyzstan conducted a raid on revelation of troubled minors, which involved 1,740 police officers and 628 representatives of various organizations and institutions, the press service of the Ministry reported on March 20.

Market complexes, railway stations, sewers, heating mains, basements, bus stations, underground walkways, car washes and other areas were examined as many minors usually crowd there.

As a result, 24 crimes committed by minors were revealed, including 14 thefts, 3 robberies, 2 extortions. 10 missing minors were found.

In addition, 145 minor vagrants and beggars were identified; 63 working and 36 not attending school minors were identified as well.

Administrative protocols against 58 parents were made for dereliction of duty on upbringing and education of minors. 70 minors and 5 dysfunctional families were registered.

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Date:Mar 20, 2014
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