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DONETSK, April 12. /ITAR-TASS/. Scores of people got into the Donetsk regional prosecutor's office overnight, local media reported.
Unknown people took a guard and a cleaning woman out of the building, but shortly after that, law enforcers arrived on the scene and removed all from the building.
There were no comments from the prosecutor's office and the Donetsk city police department. They did not answer calls.
A group of unidentified people seized a district police station in Slavyanka, the Donetsk region, the head of the public relations service of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry’s Donetsk regional department, Igor Demin, told Itar-Tass on Saturday.
"Unknown people have seized a district police station today. They were in camouflage uniform. They remain there now," he said, adding police were inquiring.