Crimean Parliament is ready to award those investigators who detect murder of Crimean Tatar activist Reshat Ametov, who was found dead in March after being missing for weeks.

Head of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov announced this on the air of Crimean ATR Channel.

“Those, who detect the murder [of Reshat Ametov] will be encouraged and supported by Crimean Parliament. We are now considering how to make this support official”- he said.

Aksyonov went on saying that Crimean department of Investigative committee ofRussian Federationis investigating the missing of 4 another Crimean Tatars.

The skills of operating stuff are high, so the cases will be detected and we will get to the truth. Let’s hope all of them [missing people] are alive.

To recall, Reshat Ametov, 39, was abducted in March by three unidentified men in military uniform who led him to an unknown destination. On 15 March 2014 police found Reşat's body in a forest, about60 kilometerseast of the Crimean capital. The body was bearing marks of violence and torture.

At least 5 Crimean Tatars have been abducted or have disappeared in recent months inCrimea.

23-year-old Eskender Apselamov was kidnapped on the night of October 3rd as he was on his way to work in the Crimea capitalSimferopol. He has not been heard of since.

The latest incident comes after two Crimean Tatars Islam Dzhepparov, 19, and Dzhevdet Islamov, 23, from the city ofBelogorsk were seized on September 27 by a group of unknown men in military uniform.

25-year-old Crimean Tatar, Edem Asanov, has been found dead in an abandoned sanatorium in Yevpatoria, a week after he disappeared on Sept 29.