Lithuanian police: Bankauskas not carrying drugs

Lithuanian Police Department reported that the company commander of the municipal mounted police of Vilnius Laimonas Bankauskas not transported via the Belarusian-Lithuanian border drugs.

"Because of Belarus received more information, there is no evidence to suggest that Bankauskas committed a crime and was carrying drugs", — told reporters the head of the Department of Internal Affairs Ugnius Chyzhunas.

Chyzhunas said: "The official investigation found that Bankauskas traveled to Belarus for cheaper fuel, which could adversely affect its image and the image of the police. 'Cause stated that he had violated professional ethics."

The Police Department appealed to the Prosecutor General of Lithuania with a request to provide information about the case and arrest the police to contact the Prosecutor General's Office of Belarus copies criminal case.

However, the General Prosecutor's Office of Belarus did not provide any documents, writes Lithuanian portal Delfi.

Belarusian law enforcement authorities did not give any information, so there is no evidence to suggest that Bankauskas knew that his car has drugs. In the course of the internal investigation was not obtained objective data that would determine who could put in the car Bankauskasa drugs, curled journalists the head of the Department of Internal Affairs.

Belarusian customs officers detained Bankauskasa July 18.

Customs officials said that during the inspection machine on which a citizen of Lithuania was planning to enter Belarus, were discovered drugs. It was seized 45.5 grams of amphetamine.

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