15 mass graves of dead Ukrainians found in Kyiv region after de-occupation
1377 murdered and dead citizens were found in the Kyiv region after the de-occupation. Law enforcement officers have identified 15 mass graves, from which 180 bodies of civilians have been exhumed.
This was reported by the press service of the Kyiv regional police. Law enforcement officers continue to record facts of war crimes by the occupiers.
"After the de-occupation of the region, law enforcement officers of Kyiv region found 1377 killed and deceased citizens. They also identified 15 mass graves, from which 180 bodies of residents were exhumed. The largest number of mass graves is in the Bucha district, making 12, in which 169 people were found," the press service said.
The police clarified that about 180 bodies remain unidentified.
As a reminder, law enforcement officers have identified military personnel of the Russian aggressor country involved in war crimes. The occupiers, following a criminal order, killed a supermarket security guard in Bucha, Kyiv region.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, law enforcement officers identified another occupier involved in war crimes. It was the commander of a reconnaissance platoon of the Russian Armed Forces, who ordered the killing of civilians in Kyiv region and was awarded the title of "hero of Russia" for this.