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Hundreds of people were looking for a 12-year-old schoolgirl who disappeared at the end of July in the Biysk district of the Altai Territory: security officials, rescuers, search engines from the Liza Alert detachment, caring local residents. The cynologists of SIZO-2 in Biysk also joined in the search. A service dog named Berkut of the senior dog handler Roman Antipin helped find the girl’s bike, which played a significant role in the search operation.

On the evening of July 31, volunteers from the Liza Alert search unit reported a missing child in the Biysk region. Two employees on vacation immediately moved out in search. And in the morning of the next day, cynologist Roman Antipin joined the search operation with his service dog Berkut. At that time, the girl’s things were found on the banks of the river, which is why a version appeared that the child had drowned.

Roman Antipin and his service dog continued their search. The dog walked by the smell of 1.5-2 kilometers, the trail was lost near the abandoned garages. At this place, the search engines saw the protectors from the bicycle tires, along which Berkut led the missing girl to the abandoned bicycle. Thanks to this find, a version appeared that the child did not drown, but could be abducted.

When it became known that the girl had returned home, and that she was being held in the basement of the house by a local resident, the employees of SIZO-2 joined in the search for the offender. They combed the forest from both sides in a chain, examined summer cottages, huts and dugouts, to which local residents pointed out to them.

In the search for the schoolgirl, and then in the search for her abductor, practically all the employees of the canine department of SIZO-2 took part in turn with their service dogs.

Press service of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for the Altai Territory

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