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FSS finds bomb in St. Petersburg after statement about missing Kyrgyz native

The Federal Security Service of Russia is searching for a native of Kyrgyzstan, who lived in St. Petersburg on Tovarishchesky Prospekt 22/1. Earlier an explosive device in the house was neutralized, the news agency Nation News reported.

As noted, a native of Kyrgyzstan Makhummadzhon E., born in 1993, who lived in one of the flats of a house on Tovarishchesky Prospekt, is searched for because of his brother’s statement. The man left home on the morning of April 5 and hasn’t returned yet, he doesn’t get in touch.

As it was reported, on the morning of April 6, the guards took out three men in handcuffs from the house 22/1 on the Tovarishchesky Prospekt . Then the residents were evacuated. An explosive device was found and neutralized.

As Tass reported, referring to the head of the administration of the Nevsky district of the city Konstantin Serov, not the owners were in the apartment, where an explosive device was found. «The apartment doesn’t belong to them. One will find out what they were doing there," he said, without specifying the number of those who were in the apartment, which was rented.