Ričardas Gailevičius, prosecutor in Lithuania's second-biggest city Kaunas who is in charge of organized crime and corruption and headed the investigation, found that the actions of the Boreika family did no cause any damage.
"The criminal investigation was terminated, as they did not commit any deeds featuring characteristics of a crime or a criminal offense. In one part, the probe was closed due to statute of limitations," the prosecutor said in a press release.
The probe was opened in response to a motion from earlier prime minister Andrius Kubilius.
In the case, prosecutors of the Prosecutor General's Office had already decided to drop the probe, but the investigation was later resumed and continued by Kaunas prosecutors.
Boreika stepped down from the top position at the Financial Crimes Investigation Service in May 2010.