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MOSCOW, October 14 (Itar-Tass) - Police will attentively study video recordings and photos showing Sunday's development in Biryulyovo-West district, an official in the press service of the city police department of the RF Interior Ministry said Monday.
"Moscow police staff are scrutinising the entire available amount of video and photo materials depicting the developments in Biryulyovo-West district, the official pointed out.
Besides, police requests journalists and citizens to share photos and video recordings available with them. Those materials may spot the faces of active participants in inciters of breaches of the peace.
"The materials will be use to call the culprits to account under a law-prescribed procedure," the press servive official empasized.