This was announced by adviser to the interior minister Zorian Shkiriak on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel, Censor.NET informs.
"They continue talking to the criminal so that he puts down his gun and surrenders to law enforcers," Shkiriak said. At the moment, he is at the site of the crime.
The adviser to the minister also informed that according to information available, the man has had issues with alcohol.
As reported, the resident of Prymorskyi district of Mariupol, who has been suspected of possession of banned weapons, has barricaded in his apartment and resisted police officers. The man opened fire, wounding one policeman.