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KIEV, July 21. /TASS/. The moment when a bomb was planted under the car of Ukrainian journalist Pavel Sheremet was recorded in the outdoor CCTV cameras, the Ukrainian publication Mirror Weekly said on Thursday citing own sources.
"Now the killed journalist’s car is being examined. Besides, the investigating group is watching video footage from the outdoor CCTV cameras," the weekly said. "As reports say, one of the CCTV cameras recorded the moment when the explosives were installed under the car of Yelena Pritula overnight to July 20."
The media reports say that the investigation are pursuing the main line of inquiry that the criminals targeted no-one but Pavel Sheremet.
"Preliminary information, collected by the investigating group when they examined the body and the car, testifies to the fact. The calculation was precise and expert as the planted bomb was strong enough for the driver to be hurt but did not injure anybody nearby," a police source said, noting that if any passengers had been inside the car, they would have survived.
Journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed in Kiev on Wednesday morning when a bomb went off in the car he was driving. Police classified his death as premeditated murder.