Cameras caught alleged organizer of terrorist attack in St. Petersburg’s metro
According to preliminary data, the explosive device was in a briefcase.
Video cameras located in the St. Petersburg subway photographed the alleged organizer of explosion in the train, Interfax reported with reference to a source.
It is noted that, according to preliminary data, the explosive device was in a briefcase which the man left in the train. There is no official confirmation of that yet.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, on April 3, around 14:40 an explosion happened in the carriage of the train at the time of its following from the Sennaya Square station to Tehnologichesky Institut. According to the latest data, 10 people became victims of terrorist attack, 47 more were wounded. The Investigative Committee of Russia initiated a criminal case upon the event.
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