The man was never before arrested by law enforcement officers.
Policeman detained another suspect in burning down “Roshen” store the Obolon district of Kiev.
This was stated by the press service of the metropolitan police.
According to the Held of the Obolon police department, Vitaly Bykov, law enforcement officers studied videotapes from surveillance cameras and identified the suspects.
“As it turned out, one of the intruders was detained on March 18, when he set fire to the storefront in the Pechersk district of the capital. During the operational-search activities, the investigators also detained his accomplice in organizing arson in our area,” Bykov said.
According to the police, the suspect is a jobless native of Khmelnitsky region, born in 1964, who was previously never arrested.
Recall that on the evening of March 17, the building of the “Roshen” store in the Obolon district of the capital near the Heroes of Dnipro metro station was set on fire.
On March 18, in the capital, on Kreschatik Street, not far from the Bessarabian market, another
“Roshen” store was burning.
Policeman detained 53-year-old resident of the capital. Later it became known that the detainee belongs to a radical extremist organization.
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