All detained on suspicion of participating in St. Petersburg terrorist attack placed into custody
Six defendants in the case were arrested by court of the Northern Capital, measure of restraint for two of them was established by Basmanny Court in Moscow.
All eight detainees on suspicion of participation in terrorist attack in the subway of St. Petersburg are placed into custody. The press service of the Investigative Committee of Russia reports about it. As the department emphasizes, investigation of criminal case continues.
“Today according to the petition of the investigation, the court chose as a measure of restraint detention concerning eight earlier detained persons: Seyfulla Hakimov, Ibragibzhon Ermatov, Dilmurod Muidinov, Bakhram Ergashev, Azamzhon Makhmudov, Makhamadyusuf Mirzaalimov, Shokhista Karimova and Sodik Ortikov”, - it is said in the message of IC.
It is noted that during searches in the places of residence of the called persons, explosive device identical to the one found on Vosstaniya Square station of the St. Petersburg subway, firearms and ammunition were withdrawn.
In the nearest future the investigation intends to establish degree of participation in terrorist attack of each of detainees.
14 people became the victims of terrorist attack, more than 60 were injured. After terrorist attack all stations of the St. Petersburg subway were closed, and security officers found one more, more powerful explosive device at the Vosstaniya Square metro station. Bombs of this kind are more typical for Middle Eastern Islamists, than for the North Caucasian bandit underground, the experts who studied SVU photo told RBC.
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