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VLADIVOSTOK, February 24 (Itar-Tass) – The investigation department of the Russian Investigation Committee in the Primorsky Territory scheduled several expertises over the murder case of schoolgirl Anastasia Lutsishina, 8. Along with the forensic expertise genomic and forensic scent evidence expertises will be conducted, a source in the regional department of the Russian Investigation Committee told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
Anastasia Lutsishina went missing on February 19 in the city Ussuriisk in the Primorsky Territory. The detectives found that after track and field training at the school, the girl went home and got missing. The search was launched immediately. Along with policemen about 500 volunteers were participating in the search. The criminal case was opened over the disappearance of the child under an article of the Russian Criminal Code for murder.
On February 23, 2013, the girl was found dead 15 kilometres away from Ussuriisk, 150 metres from the road leading in the village Benevurovo in the Ussuriisk district. Numerous bruises and scratches were found on her.
“The detectives are investigating the scope of the suspects, who are involved in the murder of the girl,” the investigation department said.