Police detains man because of whom Paveletsky railway station was evacuated
The police identified the anonymous caller.
In Moscow, the police detained a man who made a phone call about an explosive device planted at the Paveletsky railway station, TASS reports. Experts did not find the bomb, therefore the detainee was suspected of a deliberately false report.
The call about the explosion threat at the Paveletsky station was made directly at number of the Moscow police, after which dog handlers left for the place. According to Interfax, about 500 people were evacuated from the station. Izvestia reports that the check was completed at 8:55 pm and no explosive devices were found.
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