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Law enforcers check “mined” places in Kyiv, no explosives found
20:41, 17 November 2017
Law enforcers check “mined” places in Kyiv, no explosives found

Police is searching for the offenders

20:41, 17 November 2017

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In Kyiv, law enforcement officers have checked "mined" objects and no dangerous objects have been found. This was reported by the press service of the Chief Department of the National Police of Ukraine in Kyiv.

Now the police is entering information to the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations under Article 259 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (knowingly false information about the threat to the safety of citizens, destruction or damage to property). Attackers face up to six years in prison.

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Currently, the police is looking for intruders who have committed offenses.

As it was reported earlier an unknown person called to the police and reported on the mining of 12 sites in Kyiv as the press service of the National Police in Kyiv reported.

It is reported that six shopping malls, two railway stations, two underground stations, the hotel and TV channel were mined.

Related: Kyiv railway station is back to normal operation after fake bomb threat

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