July 11, 2014 20:41
Flat of Donetsk region district police head comes under fire
DONETSK. July 11 (Interfax) - Unknown individuals shot at the flat in the Starobeshevsky district of the Donetsk region, where a district police head resides, the press office of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry main department in the Donetsk region said on Friday.
"Windows and ceiling of the residence were damaged during the gunfire. No one was injured," the department said.
The offense is preliminary referred to the Ukrainian Criminal Code Article 15 (attempted murder) and Article 115 (premeditated murder), the department said.
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