Anarchists attack parking lot in Moscow

Ten young people are suspected of hurling pieces of metal, broken pieces of brick and an improvised fire bomb, seriously damaging privately owned cars at a parking lot located in the yard of the house no. 98 on Leninsky Avenue in Moscow last night, a source in law enforcement services told Interfax.

The attackers managed to escape.

Police working at the site have found two more improvised explosive devices – one filled with pieces of metal and a fire bomb – that were not detonated.

The explosion of the first fire bomb left a 20-20 centimeter crater.

The attack was most likely staged by members of a radical pro-anarchy group known as Anarchic Gerilya, the source said.

Activists of this group were previously involved in a series of crimes, including the detonation of a powerful fire bomb on the premises of a traffic police outpost at the 22nd kilometer of the Moscow Ring Road three days ago.

A criminal case based on hooliganism charges has been opened following today’s incident.

Official police sources have so far been unavailable for comment.

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