On Sunday, August 4th, police officers investigating the April terror act near a chemical plant in Grozny arrested a person suspected of committing this crime.
According to the regional staff, the investigation has found out that a 21-year-old member of illegal armed formations planted a land mine on a road and let it off when a KamAZ truck transporting policemen was passing it.
During an interrogation, the detainee confessed in committing the crime and disclosed the location of a cache he had made in an abandoned house. In the cache policemen have found 180 anti-tank rocket launcher rounds, 12 rounds for under-barrel grenade launcher, more than 150,000 various calibre bullets and 2 F-1 hand grenades.
The police are currently carrying out an investigation to find the detainee's accomplices.
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