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Unknown broke windows, made inscription on Russian ‘Sberbank’ branch in Lviv

Source : 112 Ukraine

There was no penetration into the building
15:18, 26 December 2017

An unknown broke windows at Russian bank ‘Sberbank’ branch in Lviv, Western Ukraine on night December 26 as Ihor Zinkevych, the lawmaker of the Lviv City Council reported on Facebook.

According to him, the incident took place at 4:00 am.

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‘Two broken windows and one broken door-window were found. Also, there was a red inscription ‘Get out’ on the facade of a building. There was no penetration into the building, the police and crime scene investigation teams work at the place’, he noted.

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According to Ukrainian news, the police confirmed the information.

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