Two people wanted under case on terrorist attack in St. Petersburg
It is supposed that the bomb in the train was planted by one malefactor, while other person acted on Ploshad Vosstaniya station.
Two people are put on the wanted list on the case of terrorist attack in the subway of St. Petersburg, Interfax with reference to sources tells. According to the agency, law enforcement authorities are looking for a man who organized explosion in a subway train between Sennaya Ploshad and Tehnologichesky Institut and also the one who planted a bomb at the Ploshad Vosstaniya station.
To recall, the man who organized explosion got on surveillance cameras.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, on April 3, around 14:40 an explosion happened in the carriage of the train of the St. Petersburg subway at the time of its following from the Sennaya Ploshad 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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