The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation opened a criminal case after the shooting at the Izhevsk school. Three days of mourning for the dead has been declared in Udmurtia.
On the morning of September 26, an unknown man broke into one of the schools in Izhevsk with two traumatic pistols, converted to live ammunition, and opened fire on the guards, schoolchildren and teachers. He was wearing a black T-shirt with Nazi symbols and a balaclava. Nine people were killed, including five children. The perpetrator committed suicide. Law enforcement officers find out all the circumstances of the incident, in particular, establish the identity of the shooter and his motives.
Criminal cases have been initiated on the fact of the murder of two or more persons and illegal possession of weapons.
“From today until September 29, mourning has been declared in the Udmurt Republic for those who died at school No. 88,” wrote the head of the subject of the Russian Federation Alexander Brechalov in your Telegram channel.