Police searching for safe buried by Kerch shooter
The law enforcement officers were searching it at a wasteland near the house of Vladislav Roslyakov but failed to find it.
Law enforcement officers examined a wasteland near the house of Vladislav Roslyakov, a student who arranged the shooting at the Kerch Polytechnic College, yet did not find anything, RIA Novosti reports citing a source in the police.
Earlier, REN-TV channel published a video showing a person, who looks like Roslyakov, carrying a safe which he later buried. The police believe the contents of the safe could clarify the motives of the killer, as well as the causes of the tragedy.
REN-TV published another video from the place where Roslyakov burnt his things before the attack on the college. Among the burned items there were parts of a laptop, a sim card, a knife, notebooks, photos, and the Bible. It is reported that Roslyakov also took his children's pictures and 20 thousand rubles from the house.
As RIA Novosti source says, the subject in the hands of the young man on the video does not look like a safe, but looks like a bundle, as it looks "too easy to store weapons."
“As for the place from the video, it was already examined by the law enforcement officers and no safe was found on the waste ground,” the source added.
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