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The police detained the "mined" main square of Khabarovsk

The police detained the "mined" main square of Khabarovsk
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Police and regional FSB officers detained a man who “mined” Lenin Square in Khabarovsk on New Year’s Eve. A criminal case has already been brought against him.

According to the press service of the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs, a message about the mining was received by the duty unit on the night of January 1. At that moment, more than 100 people were on the main square. During the audit, information about the threat was not confirmed.

The suspect was detained in one of the hostels. Later, a 39-year-old local resident admitted that he did this out of hooligan motives. He was released on bail and proper behavior.

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