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 Numerous acts of car arson continue in occupied Crimea. VIDEO

Acts of car arson continue to massively happen in occupied Crimea. In late February, 12 cars burned down in Velyka Yalta; several days after that, five cases were recorded in Partenit village.

As Censor.NET reports, car owners are sure that their vehicles were set on fire under a certain plan, as long as remains of smoke-puff charges were found under the bonnets of some of them. In Partenit, a cafe caught fire from one of the burning cars. Several residential houses and two stores were under the risk of catching fire as well.

Crimean occupational authorities announced recently they had detained suspects in the crimes. However, the acts of car arson continue to happen.
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