Culprit takes hostages in Russian bank, demands USD 200,000

Source : 112 Ukraine

The man claimed to carry a "dangerous item" in his bag; the site is sealed off
11:30, 7 July 2021

112 International

A man took three people hostage in a bank in Tyumen, Russia. The culprit demands to hand him 15 million Russian rubles (USD 200,000). NTV reported that on July 7.

"An unidentified man took three Sberbank workers hostages, demanding to pass him 15 million rubles, witnesses say", reads the message.

According to RIA Novosti's source in the police, some 50 people were evacuated from the living house in Tyumen, where the bank office is located on the ground floor.

The man claimed to carry a "dangerous item" in his bag; the site is sealed off.

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