Anonymous call on bomb threat prompts search in Interior Ministry in Lugansk
LPR police is searching the building of the Interior Ministry in Lugansk following an anonymous call on apparent bomb threat, the press service of the ministry said.
"The ministerial district is cordoned off, all premises are being searched by engineers and K-9 units. All officers are on their places, the ministry continues to function as normal," the police statement said.
Another anonymous call on a bomb threat was received by LPR People's Militia headquarters in Lugansk.
The investigation is ongoing.
Today, November 10, LPR celebrates the Police Day.
LuganskMediaCentre — 10 November — Lugansk
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