Young man shoots at passers-by in downtown of Kharkiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is not reported on the victims yet
16:16, 26 October 2017


A young man shot at the passers-by in the downtown of Kharkiv as the local portal ‘Gorod X’ reported.

The incident took place at Pushkinska Street. The man shot from the balcony of the flat. The video of the incident was published by Roman Pelekh at Facebook.

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The police reported that it is not reported on the victims yet and nobody applied to the hospital. Head of the press service of the National Police in Kharkiv Olena Barannyk reported this at the airing of 112 Ukraine.

According to her, the information on the incident was received by police at 12:20 pm. The identities of the young men that depicted in the video are established.

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‘The information really was received at Kyiv police station at 12:20 pm and the video was found during the monitoring. The journalists really helped us. We already have the qualification. These men, four people are already identified. When the information was received the crime scene investigation team quickly departed. The housing rove was made at the presupposed address and the flat with these four young men was found’, she said.

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At the moment the investigative actions continue, the material evidence confiscated. The law enforcement opened the criminal proceeding on p.4 article 296 (Hooliganism made with the use of the firearms or cold arms) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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‘The subject-matter similar to pistol was delivered for the examination. The sanctions for such actions are the imprisonment for 3-7 years. The guilty of everyone will be established’, she added.

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