Distance from Poltava to Komsomolsk is about 130 km. that is the mileage with courage podala 14-year-old boy Maxim (the name is changed) that walking was getting to his father. The journey lasted for five days and had a happy ending – the son finally saw his father, and the police found the missing boy.
Maxim studied in one of boarding schools of Poltava for the second year. There he got at the time of the decision on the establishment of custody over him. His father lived in the city of Komsomolsk and from time to time visited his son in the Poltava school.
One day the boy did not appear in class. Teachers sounded alarm and with the statement for loss of the child addressed in Lenin regional Department of militia of the city of Poltava. For law enforcement this message is a resonant event, therefore, the search of the student were involved in a maximum of forces and means of police units.
Directly employees of sector of criminal militia for children of Lenin regional Department Yaroslav Ivanov, acting as the chief of KMDD, and also operatives Oleg Lyubchenko and Evgeny Zyazyun were engaged in search of the Poltava school student. Law enforcement officers tracked possible places where a child can go-Internet clubs, entertainment centers, bus and train stations, and so on.
That the boy is safe, law enforcement authorities were subsequently informed by Maxim’s father. The boy came to the house of her husband very tired, hungry and with numerous calluses on his feet. From the story of a young traveler, he walked for five days, spent the night in abandoned huts, ate the money that he received from the delivery of scrap metal. Such test he overcame for for the only goal-meeting with father.
“I really missed my dad! I promise not to run anymore!”- I promised law enforcement authorities, teachers and the native Maxim.