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Russians in Luhansk region occupy administrative buildings and rob local residents – police

Russian invaders in the temporarily seized settlements of the Luhansk region occupy administrative buildings and plunder the property of local residents.

According to Ukrinform, the National Police of Ukraine reports this in Facebook.

The police of the Lugansk region registers the destruction and damage to residential buildings and civilian infrastructure by Russian troops.

“The Russians, after the destruction of peaceful cities of the Luhansk region by air and artillery shelling, plunder the property of locals, occupy the administrative buildings of enterprises and state institutions, and establish a new way of life for the remaining citizens,” the police said.

So, over the past day, law enforcement officers of the Luhansk region launched 10 criminal proceedings on the grounds of criminal offenses under Art. 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “Violation of the laws and customs of war”.

For each fact, investigative actions are carried out in order to document every war crime of the enemy.

In addition, four collaborators were identified who joined the illegal military formations of the “LPR” and received leadership positions in the occupation structures. Their actions are qualified under Art. 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “Collaboration activity”.

The Russians captured 4 administrative buildings in Severodonetsk, Lisichansk, Rubizhne and the village of Novozolotarevka. Those involved in this crime will have to answer before the law under Art. 341 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “Seizure of state or public buildings or structures”.

11 vehicles have been put on the wanted list, and investigative and operational-search measures have been initiated for each fact (Article 289 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).

As Ukrinform reported, since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian army into Ukraine, 75 reports of missing children have been received in the Luhansk region, of which 48 have not yet been found.

Photo: National Police

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