No hazardous objects found in Tyumen shopping centers - Interior Ministry
TYUMEN. May 13 (Interfax) - The inspections in the shopping centers in Tyumen, form which visitors were evacuated on Monday, have been completed and no hazardous objects have been found.
"Law enforcement officials have inspected a total of five shopping malls," the press service for the Interior Ministry's Directorate for the region told Interfax.
Visitors were earlier evacuated from several shopping centers and passengers were evacuated from the railway station and the airport in Tyumen over reports of unattended items. The railway station resumed work at 4:30 p.m. local time and the airport resumed operation at 5:27 p.m. local time.
Visitors were evacuated from several shopping centers and the staff were evacuated from several business centers in Tyumen on May 8 over reports of unattended items. The police inspected a total of 12 facilities on that day, finding no hazardous objects. The police opened a criminal case based on the article of the Criminal Code dealing with making a false report of an act of terrorism before May 9.