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Montenegro

POLICE INVESTIGATES 18. 04. 2017.   >>  17:41 0

POLICE INVESTIGATES

False reports came from Serbia and BiH

Serbian and Bosnian police are investigating who are the persons who in recent days sent five false bomb threats at elite locations in the capital of Montenegro.

‘’Pobjeda’’ learns that the investigation so far indicates that the false reports arrived from regional countries, namely from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, but for now it is not known who are the people who sent upsetting calls.

 

The last call was registered on Friday in the hotel "Hilton", day after the police intervened on the similar occasion at the Business Center "Capital Plaza".

 

Last weekend the police evacuated disco club "Beagle", Delta City shopping mall and hotel "Hemera". After detailed examination which was conducted by the anti sabotage unit, it turned out that all the calls were false alerts. As previously announced by the police, it was found that the calls came from countries in the region.

 

"The numbers used for the calls were quickly identified. Montenegrin police immediately submitted requests through Interpol and the international police cooperation to the competent authorities in these countries for obtaining necessary information in order to prosecute these people. Acting upon our requirements in these countries is underway," it was earlier noted in a statement.

 

As they remineded, Croatian and Serbian police faced the same problem recently.

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