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 "The car was an eyesore for separatists," - volunteer Yelets minivan set on fire in Toretsk. PHOTOS

The car of civic volunteer Volodymyr Yelets, used for bringing aid and supplies to Ukrainian soldiers on the front line, was burned down by unknowns in Toretsk, the Donetsk region.

Censor.NET reports quoting journalist Tetiana Zarovna as saying on Facebook.

"It happened right outside the house of Volodymyr Yelets, who is known to be the most headstrong champion of Ukraine in the town, whose behavior does not fit into the miserable stereotypes of local bandits. The car was an eyesore for separatists," she wrote.

The car was an eyesore for separatists, - volunteer Yelets minivan set on fire in Toretsk 01
The car was an eyesore for separatists, - volunteer Yelets minivan set on fire in Toretsk 02

"I believe the incineration of Volodymyr Yelets's car is a blow to all pro-Ukrainian activists of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, who call strikes upon themselves each day. A proper reaction must follow. If it does not, the bandits' next blow will target NOT property," she said.

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A few days after the incident, Zarovna wrote the arson case was not being investigated and addressed Donetsk police chief Viacheslav Abroskin to conduct an adequate probe.
   
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