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MOSCOW, April 5. /TASS/. The Russian Investigative Committee has pinpointed and conducted a search of the place of residence of the suspected perpetrator of the deadly blast in the St. Petersburg metro, the committee’s spokeswoman said Wednesday.
"The place of residence of Akbardzhon Dzhabrailov, who, according to the investigation, blew up a metro car in St. Petersburg, has been discovered. His dwelling has already been searched," Svetlana Petrenko said, commenting on the results of the Investigation Committee chief Alexander Bastrykin’s meeting the team of investigators.
She said that the head of the Russian Investigative Committee has instructed authorities to check whether the suspect had ties to the Islamic State (terror group, outlawed in Russia) terrorist group.
"Bastrykin instructed to thoroughly investigate all circumstances of the incident and to check all information about the suspect, even to scrutinize his contacts for possible accomplices who are members of the IS terrorist group, outlawed in Russia," the spokeswoman said.
An unidentified explosive device went off at about 14:40 Moscow time Monday on a subway train in St. Petersburg. The Russian Investigative Committee has labelled the blast a terrorist attack. According to the Russian Health Ministry’s latest casualty figures, the explosion left 14 people dead and 49 injured.
An unidentified explosive device went off at about 14:40 Moscow time Monday on a subway train in St. Petersburg. The Russian Investigative Committee has labelled the blast a terrorist attack. According to the Russian Health Ministry’s latest casualty figures, the explosion left 14 people dead and 49 injured