The belongings were picked from one of the houses, Censor.NET reports citing BessarabiaInform.
The yard of the house was guarded by police officers and Shtorm special battalion fighters. The belongings were picked up under control of the village council head Viktor Paskalov. Local residents did not oppose the evacuation - none of them were present at it.
The Roma loaded their belongings and dogs into a truck provided by the village council and left the village in a taxi escorted by a police vehicle.
It remains unclear whether more Roma will evacuate their belongings from other houses.
As previously reported, riots broke out in Loshchynivka, the Odesa region, after an 8-year-old local girl was found dead in an abandoned house on the village outskirts on Aug. 27. A 21-year-old Roma local was detained as the murder suspect, after which several Roma homes were ransacked by locals. More than 300 people took part in the unrest.
The suspect, in turn, does not plead guilty. He gave testimonies first but abandoned them afterwards. According to locals, the Roma settled in the village three years ago and have been involved in robbery and drug dealing, beating up and bullying of villagers since then. The local police have been ignoring the people's complaints.