Landmines, grenades, rocket-propelled grenades: Ammunition cache found in Luhansk region

Source : 112 Ukraine

Law enforcers point out that the supplies were hidden by Russian mercenaries in 2014
19:13, 12 October 2021

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The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) found an ammunition cache in Luhansk region. The arsenal included, inter alia, some rocket-propelled grenades and landmines. Press office of the SBU reported that on October 12.

According to the law enforcers, the ammunition cache was hidden by Russian militants in an abandoned house next to the bus stop way back in 2014. While examining the hideout, the law enforcers seized 13 anti-tank mines TM-62M, seven rocket-propelled grenades, two anti-personnel mines MON-50 and MON-100, eight hand grenades and 13 anti-tank mine fuzes. 

The law enforcers are now searching the culprits.

Related: SBU finds arms cache on border with Belarus

Last month, workers of the SBU, the Security Service of Ukraine found and seized the arms cache with weapons and military-grade explosives; the incident occurred during the anti-terrorist drills on the border with Belarus in Rivne region, northern Ukraine.

Related: Ukraine's Security Service finds three caches with explosives and ammunition in Donbas

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