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KIEV, April 29 (Itar-Tass) —— The Ukrainian Security Service has made identikits of three suspected perpetrators of the April 27 explosions in Dnepropetrovsk.
Three men are wanted on the suspicion of blasting four bombs in a terror act (Part 2, Article 258 of the Ukrainian Criminal Offenses Code). One of them is 40 years old, about 170 centimeters in height, medium built, with dark shortly cropped hair. He was wearing jeans and a dark shirt with short sleeves. The second suspect is 30 years old, about 180 centimeters in height, stout, with black curly hair. He was wearing black jeans and a blue jeans shirt. The third suspect is 35-45 years old, medium height, slim, with backswept thin dark blond hair. He was wearing trousers and a light colored shirt.
Four bombs went off in Dnepropetrovsk on April 27. Thirty people were hurt, and 26 of them were taken to the hospital. Fourteen patients are still staying at the hospital, including three in a severe condition. Four teenagers were discharged from the children’s clinic on Sunday night.