Police identified the axe-wielding attacker on the Mariupol synagogue

31.07.2020, 09:23
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Law enforcement is searching for a man who attacked a synagogue in Mariupol on July 28 being equipped with an axe and injured a security guard.
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This was reported by the Informator media citing the press service of the Donetsk Region Police.

 

“Caesar Julius-Galaryrogaylalyrozr Illyich, born 27.09.1991, is reasonably suspected of assaulting an employee of the synagogue in Mariupol. The attacker is hiding from the pre-trial investigation authorities,” the report says. It is noted that the Main Police Department is establishing the location of the attacker, but ask citizens to contact the police if they know something about the location of the offender.

 

Caesar was last seen on July 29 near the village of Vinogradne in Mariupol. He was wearing black sweatpants and a black long-sleeve shirt. It is reported that the man was moving towards Sopino village with a chequered shopping bag.

 

The police indicate the following signs of the attacker: height 170 cm, slim build, dark hair, shaved temples. It is noted that he may have a knife with him.

 

Earlier we reported that an unknown person broke into the synagogue building in Mariupol with an axe.