FBI raids 2 Russian businessmen’s condo in Florida’s Trump Towers

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According to a report, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) carried out a raid on a high-end condominium in Trump Towers of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, owned by two Russian businessmen.

As per the Miami Herald, a team of FBI special agents and local police conducted the operation in the third building of the luxury complex.

The specific target of the search was Unit 4102, which is registered under the shell company MIC-USA LLC. Property records reveal that the company is controlled by Russian businessmen named Oleg Sergeyevich Patsulya and Agunda Konstantinovna Makeeva.

A spokesperson from the FBI’s Miami field office confirmed that the agency was engaged in court-authorized law enforcement activity in the vicinity of that location. However, no further details were provided.

Both Patsulya and Makeeva did not respond to requests for comment from the Miami Herald, and they were unavailable for contact by The New York Post on Saturday.

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