Probe launched into Tatarstan police station attack – Russian Investigative Committee
MOSCOW, October 30 (RAPSI) – A criminal case was opened on Friday after an attack on a police station in Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan allegedly committed by a 16-year teenager, the Investigative Committee’s press service reports.
According to the statement, Chair of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin ordered all circumstances, including causes impelled the 16-year old suspect to commit the crime, to be established.
Investigators claim that overnight into October 30, a minor threw a fiery bottle at a districr police station in the town of Kukmor. Later, during an arrest attempt the teenager several times knived a police officer. Another policeman inflicted fire damage after fire warning shots in the air. The boy was killed. The wounded law enforcement officer was admitted to hospital.