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Interior Ministry shows photos of Lutsk hijacker's weapons

Source : 112 Ukraine

Maksym Kryvosh held hostages in the bus for more than twelve hours
08:03, 22 July 2020

Lutsk bus hijack, July 2020, 1
Facebook Anton Herashchenko

Ukraine's Interior Ministry revealed the photos from the crime scene, where terrorist Maksym Kryvosh kept people hostages for more than twelve hours on July 21. Anton Herashchenko, Deputy Interior Minister posted that on Facebook.

"Forensics worked at the site in Lutsk for entire night. They took the prints, dust particles and DNA samples from every weapon, every grenade to identify possible associates and to search for sources of origin of these weapons", Herashchenko said.

He added that the law enforcers have a lot of work to restore the entire picture of events.

Related: Hijack in Lutsk: Terrorist agrees to pass water for hostages

The Ministry also showed photos of the bus.

As is known, on July 21, an armed man captured the bus with passengers on board. The criminal called relatives of the hostages, telling them to contact the press and pass his demands. Kryvosh claimed there were children and pregnant women on board. At first, he did not let the police pass the hostages any food or water. However, in the evening, he let the law enforcers pass the water and released three people. Eventually, he released all hostages and gave up.

Related: Hostages in Lutsk set free, hijacker detained

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