Wrigley company searched in case of child's suicides
Searches at the office of the American company Wrigley in St. Petersburg were conducted by investigators of the ICR.
According to Legal.Report, searches are connected with the case of so-called death groups in social networks.
Searches of the famous chewing gum manufacturer were conducted during yesterday and today nights. In the course of investigative actions, Wrigley goods, which are of interest to the investigation, were confiscated.
The company did not give any comment to Legal.Report.
Wraps of Wrigley chewing gum are in the news after its design has been associated with the Siniy Kit (Blue Whale) game, which advocates children's suicides.
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