Within the investigation on the case of Volodymyr Ruban, Leader of Centre for POW Release, prosecutors seized an entire arsenal of weapons. Vasyl Grytsak, the Head of the Security Service, said this during the briefing.
According to him, the following list of weapons was seized: five AK-74s, three AKS-74Us, an AK-47, two LMGs, two 9-mm Makarov pistols. There were also more Russian firearms: four guns with silencers of Russian production as well.
Besides, the law enforcers found 46 120-mm mines, propelling cartridges and additional propelling powder, six MON-50 anti-tank shells of a splinter effect (made exclusively in Russia), six 82-mm mines with an installed propulsion unit, 12 powder propelling charges, two RPG-22 anti-tank grenade launchers, six RPG-7, 20 F-1 grenades and 20 detonators, 20 RGD-5 and 20 detonators and 28 rifle-fired grenades.
They also found a self-made explosive device, probably a mine and a mortar.
Law enforcers seized small arms of various calibers as well.
As we reported earlier, Ukrainian law enforcers detained Volodymyr Ruban, the head of the Centre for POW Release while he carried weapons in a car in Donbas conflict zone. Later, he was accused of preparing a terrorist attack and mishandling weapons.