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MOSCOW, October 10 (Itar-Tass) — Forensic investigators of the central office of the Investigative Committee have joined the search for the 10-year-old girl missing in Bryansk since September 28, an SK official told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
In the morning of September 28, 2012, a 5th form pupil went to a local comprehensive school in the town of Dyatkovo. She did not return home. The SK department for the Bryansk region opened a criminal case under Article 105, Part 2, of the penal code /"murder of underage person"/.
Experience forensic investigators joined the probe into the disappearance of Valeria Ustimenko, 10, at the instruction of the SK leadership. A number of complex expert examinations will be carried out, and police are retrieving video recordings from CCTV cameras, the SK official said.
"They have inspected the area of the girl's disappearance a second time," he added.
Under one of the versions, the girl might have been taken away in a VAZ-2105 or VAZ-2107. Police are trying to find the car and its driver. More than 20 drivers have already been questioned.