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SUKHUM, April 22 (Itar-Tass) —— One more person suspected of being involved in the attack against the Abkhazian president is being sought.
The investigators suspect a resident of the village of Duripsh, the Gudauta district, Rushbei Bartsits, born in 1959, of the organization of the attempt on President Alexander Ankvab's life and the killing of his two bodyguards.
Bartsits is a co-owner of a working complex in the village of Khypsta, the Gudauta district. One of the founders of the works is Anzor Butba arrested over the case, the Investigative Department of the Prosecutor-General's Office told Itar-Tass.
Citizens of the republic Anzor Butba, Murtaz Sakania, Alkhas Khutaba and Ramzi Khashig are arrested as suspects over the attack committed on February 22, this year, against the Abkhazian president.