They sent home what was stolen in Ukraine: russian looters were identified online


Tons of things stolen from Ukrainians were sent to the Altai Territory and other regions of russia. The looters from among the russian military sent more than 2 tons of things by the Belarusian courier service in the city of Mozyr in one day. 

Most of it was stolen from Ukrainians. The personal data of russian marauding soldiers involved in crimes on the territory of Ukraine were published by the Belarusian Gayun project. 

“Thanks to caring people, we have received a significant amount of personal data of criminals who are responsible for theft and murder of people in Ukraine. “(Transbaikal Territory), Zheleznogorsk (Krasnoyarsk Territory), Omsk, Ulyanovsk, Novosibirsk, Moscow, Angarsk (Irkutsk Oblast), Ussuri (Primorsky Krai) and Birobidzhan (Jewish Autonomous Oblast),” the project said. 

According to the Belarusian Guyun, only on April 2 they handed over more than 2 tons of items, many of which were stolen. Among the stolen items are: speakers, tent, TV, air conditioning, electric scooter, furniture, various spare parts (including for PC), tens of kilograms of clothing, fishing tackle and more. A man named Serhiy Kolotsei sent a 90 kg trunk lid to Ulyanovsk. 

The project requests that this information be passed on to the Security Service of Ukraine and promises to continue collecting, verifying and publishing data on war criminals.

Earlier, Ukrainian intelligence reported that in the Belarusian city of Narovlya, the russian military opened a bazaar to trade in looted property in Ukraine. 

On April 3, the Belarusian Gayun project published 3 hours of footage from an online camera of a courier service in Mozyr, Belarus, through which looters occupy items stolen from Ukrainians. 

Source: UNIAN 


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