Law enforcers detained man who killed police officers in Dnipro, - Avakov
The killer was injured by policewoman, now he is in hospital
Ukrainian law enforcers have detained the offender who killed patrol policemen in Dnipro. This was reported by Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov on Facebook.
"The scum who killed police officers is now detained. Policewoman before her death shoot and hit him. Doctors are operating him in one of the Dnipro hospitals "- he stated.
At the same time Avakov did not disclose the detainee's name.
Akso after the murder of two police officers in Dnipro were opened criminal proceedings under three articles.
As reported, in an attack on police officers police suspects two people. It was reported that one suspect is Oleksander Pugachov, who had previously been on the wanted list and previously charged with kidnapping, rape, and the creation of a criminal gang. It is reported by the National Police press service.
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