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MOSCOW, November 15. /TASS/. Moscow police detained a man having two mortar dummies dating back to World War II in his personal belongings at Kolomenskaya metro station on Saturday, a source at the law enforcement agencies told TASS.
Earlier media reports said that the station was closed amid fears of a blast.
The source said the station is safe as “these mortars do not pose any threat and the station operates in its routine mote.”
The police are questioning the man at a police station to learn where he acquired the mortar dummies.