Kerch shooter found dead on 2nd floor, allegedly attacked by student
College surveillance cameras captured the alleged perpetrator: a young blond-haired man wearing a white T-shirt. The 112 Telegram Channel reported that the attacker had been found dead on the second floor of the building.
The Mash Telegram Channel has published pictures of the suspect in the terrorist attack that had happened in the Kerch polytechnic college. The pictures show a young man aged about 20, wearing a white T-shirt and a dark jacket with a hood. College surveillance cameras had captured him.
The 112 Telegram Channel reported that the attacker was found shot dead on the second floor of the college. We do not know whether it was a suicide. According to one of the witnesses of the attack, the shooting sounds were coming from the second floor, while the explosion occurred on the first floor.
Another eyewitness quoted by Mash said that the assailant had been walking along the corridor and firing a shotgun at students. After he ran out of ammo, the explosion occurred.
An RBC source in the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that a college student could have committed the attack. They learned from the testimonies of some of the students that a student had left a backpack in the canteen before the explosion. In addition, some say the young man had conducted experiments with explosives.
The attack on the Kerch Polytechnic College occurred on the afternoon of October 17. Shooting in the building was followed by a bomb explosion. According to preliminary data, 13 people died, more than 50 were injured, most of them teenagers. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation initiated an investigation into the terrorist act.
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