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KIEV, April 30 (Itar-Tass) — Two criminal lawsuits on explosions in Dnepropetrovsk have been combined into one unified criminal case, Vadim Goran, the head of department supervising that laws be observed when court decisions are executed set up at Ukraine’s prosecutor general’s office, said in an evening program of the Channel 5 television station of Ukraine on Sunday.
An explosion shook Dnepropetrovsk on April 27 this year. A similar blast hit the city a year ago.
“At present, these two criminal lawsuits have been combined into one. These crimes have the same pattern. There’s an assumption that the perpetrators could be the same people,” Goran went on to say.
He hopes that law enforcers will be able to identify the criminals soon. He said there were four main versions for the causes behind the explosion but refused to elaborate on the subject.
The Ukrainian Security Service has already compiled the identikits of three male suspects. Four explosions roared in Dnepropetrovsk on April 27 this year. Thirty people were hurt. Twenty six of them were taken to hospital.
Fourteen people, including three in grave condition, are remaining in hospitals in Dnepropetrovsk.