The Prosecutor Generalʼs Office reported the suspicion of three Russian servicemen who shot dead civilians in Bucha.
They are accused of violating the laws and customs of war, combined with premeditated murder (Part 2 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).
According to the investigation, in March 2022 in the occupied city of Bucha, Kyiv oblast, the suspects broke into a private house and shot two residents in the head.
Law enforcement is currently working to declare the military wanted internationally.
"If you recognize these Russian servicemen and have evidence of their involvement in other atrocities, send evidence to our united hub or contact the Bucha District Prosecutorʼs Office: 063-530-69-06," the prosecutorʼs office said.
- In Bucha, Russian troops deliberately tortured and killed civilians. Ukraine already has a list of Russian servicemen who have done that. Traditionally, Russia denies everything, although journalists and international investigators have dismissed all Russiaʼs statements.
- In late April, the Prosecutor Generalʼs Office said the prosecutorʼs office had identified the first 10 Russian servicemen who tortured Bucha residents.