Three Russian spies tried to cull U.S. economic intelligence about potential sanctions against Russian banks and plans for alternative energy resources to send to Moscow, federal prosecutors said Monday.

Evgeny Buryakov was arrested Monday in the Bronx and appeared in Manhattan Federal Court, according to the federal complaint unsealed Monday.

Igor Sporyshev and Victor Podohbnyy no longer live in the United States and remain at large.

Buryakov worked in the United States as an agent of Russia’s foreign intelligence agency, known as the SVR, in a Russian bank’s Manhattan office, according to the Department of Justice.

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