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This is the moment the suspected organiser of the St Petersburg Metro bombing was detained by Russia s Federal Security Service. Azimov Abror Akhralovich, believed to have been involved in the attack on April 3, was stopped in Odintsovo, near Moscow. Akhralovich, who appears to be from Central Asia, is thought to have trained Akbardzhon Jalilov, who left the explosive device in the train and was also killed in the explosion, rt.com reports.[1]

He is being held at a Russian Investigative Committee facility for investigation and his exact role is under scrutiny.

Moment Suspected Organiser Of St Petersburg Metro Bombing Detained By Security Services Who Believe He Trained ... The man was detained by Russia s Federal Security Service Moment Suspected Organiser Of St Petersburg Metro Bombing Detained By Security Services Who Believe He Trained ... A combat pistol was found on the suspected organiser

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Officers found a combat pistol on him after he was captured. This comes after reports the man suspected of killing 14 people in a suicide bomb attack[2] on the St Petersburg’s metro on April 3 may have travelled to Syria before the attack[3] .

Moment Suspected Organiser Of St Petersburg Metro Bombing Detained By Security Services Who Believe He Trained ... Kyrgyzstan-born Russian citizen Akbarzhon Jalilov is said to be behind the deadly shrapnel blast Moment Suspected Organiser Of St Petersburg Metro Bombing Detained By Security Services Who Believe He Trained ... Interior of the metro carriage bombed in St. Petersburg

Two former colleagues of Akbarzhon Jalilov, 22, say he developed an interest in Islam and soon after travelled to Turkey in 2015. Not much is known about the terror[4] suspect’s movements between then and the start of this year, as friends say he seemed to have ‘disappeared’.

His journey to Turkey has raised questions about whether he had travelled to Syria during that gap in time or met with anyone linked to a terror[5] group.

References

  1. ^ rt.com reports. (www.rt.com)
  2. ^ suicide bomb attack (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ may have travelled to Syria before the attack (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ terror (www.mirror.co.uk)
  5. ^ terror (www.mirror.co.uk)

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