Crimean blast - Crimea's "head" claims someone helped shooter with preparations

Source : 112 Ukraine

The investigation is trying to define possible accomplices of Vladislav Roslyakov, Kerch shooter
13:54, 18 October 2018


The so-called Head of Crimea Sergei Aksyonov thinks that the Kerch shooter had support in preparing the terrorist attack in the college on October 17, as he said on Thursday, Interfax reports.

According to him, the investigation is trying to define possible accomplices of the student, who helped him to arrange a mass murder in the college.

Related: Ukraine ready to assist families of Kerch blast victims, - president representative

“The task (of the investigation) is to define the individuals who helped him to prepare this crime. Here he acted alone. It’s clear, it was defined. But, in my opinion, and my colleagues support me, this villain could not prepare it all by himself,” Aksyonov told the journalists on Thursday in Kerch.

Today it was reported that the number of killed reached 21.

Related: Situation in Kerch needs international attention, - Ukraine's ombudswoman

As we reported, an explosion thundered at a college in Kerch, the town in Russian-occupied Crimea. The official version is the explosion of an unknown explosive device.

According to the preliminary information, an 18-year-old student of the fourth year of college Vladislav Roslyakov conducted the mass murder. The investigation reported that Roslyakov shot up people in the college and then committed suicide.

Related: Majority of victims in Kerch explosion are teenagers, - Russia's Investigative Committee

Here is what is known about the "Kerch shooter"

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