Testing ground found near Kerch shooter’s house where he tested explosive devices
Locals recalled that two weeks ago, they heard the sounds of explosions, which they thought were firecrackers.
Locals have discovered a place, which 18-year-old student of the Kerch Polytechnic College Vladislav Roslyakov, who killed 20 people, had used as a testing ground. He was blowing homemade bombs in the ruins of an old building located a kilometer from his home. This is reported by LifeShot via Telegram.
A burst bag similar to the one that the student triggered in college was found in the ruins. In addition, a gun cleaner was found on the spot.
Locals recalled that two weeks ago, they heard the sounds of explosions, which they thought were firecrackers. A source of the Telegram channel reports that it took Roslyakov 1.5 years to prepare for the attack. In July 2018, he received a certificate for a weapon after completing a special six-hour training program.
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