Kirovsk, Lomonosov (Leningrad region)
In the city of Kirovsk, Leningradskaya, on the night of September 25, the military enlistment office was set on fire. If in the past, military registration and enlistment offices in Russia were set on fire for the most part with the help of Molotov cocktails, then this time, it seems, the device was used more complicated. According to 47news, citing sources, a hole was drilled in the frame of the double-glazed window on the ground floor, and a fuel canister was hung from the grate on the window. From it, a hose with a valve went into the hole, which, most likely, was needed to gradually supply fuel to the room. It is preliminary known that the fire occurred at half past five in the morning, the fire was extinguished by the watchman. Now the FSB is looking for the arsonist, studying the recordings of surveillance cameras.
On September 22, a military registration and enlistment office in the city of Lomonosov, Leningrad Region, was set on fire, an office on the first floor caught fire.
Mordovia (Kaliningrad region)
Unknown people threw two "Molotov cocktails" into the building of the local military registration and enlistment office at the address Mordovia, Ruzaevka, st. 2nd Melnichnaya, 59a on the night of September 25th. This was reported by the local department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. The fire area was 1 sq.m. There were no casualties, the department said.
In the city of Chernyakhovsk (Kaliningrad region), similarly, on the night of September 25, a military registration and enlistment office caught fire , and an information sign at the entrance was also set on fire separately. Significant destruction did not follow, according to local media, the fire area was 1.5 square meters.
On September 24, in the city of Salavat, it was not the military registration and enlistment office that was burned , but tires at the entrance to the local branch of United Russia. The fire damaged the front plastic door.
Kansk (Krasnoyarsk Territory)
On the night of September 24 in Kansk , a fire broke out in the building where the city military commissariat is located. Neither the military commissariat nor the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations have yet commented on the incident. Local media reported that the preliminary version of the cause of the fire was arson.
Khabarovsk, Amur, Volgograd, Kostroma regions
On September 23, in Khabarovsk, a Molotov cocktail was thrown through the window of the military commissariat of the Industrial District, two offices caught fire. Also, local news outlets wrote that traffic police officers were ordered to check the order at the district military registration and enlistment offices every two hours.
Fire from a Molotov cocktail on September 23 damaged the facade of the local military registration and enlistment office in the city of Svobodny (Amur Region). The fire did not have time to spread, leaving small traces of soot on the facade from the inside of the courtyard.
Also on September 23, an incendiary object was thrown into the administration building of the city of Kamyshin (Volgograd region). The damage is minor, according to authorities. According to local media reports, 37-year-old musician Pavel Magalyas, a father of two children, a native of Ukrainian Dnipropetrovsk (now Dnipro), is suspected of arson.
So far, nothing has been set on fire in Kostroma, but they have painted it. On September 23, the walls of the local military registration and enlistment office were decorated with the inscriptions “Mobilize your anus, dog! Not your personal army!
Togliatti (Samara region), Guy (Orenburg region)
On September 22, in Togliatti, the door and porch of the city administration building on Belorusskaya Street were set on fire . The porch burned down, the windows in the doors were broken, soot was visible at the entrance. The city administration confirmed the arson.
Also on the night of September 22, a military registration and enlistment office in the city of Gai, Orenburg Region, was on fire. Judging by the photo, the wall was doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire. The fire did not spread throughout the building, only one wall was damaged from the side of the facade.
In July, The Insider wrote that underground groups were operating in Russia that set fire to military registration and enlistment offices, and also claimed responsibility for the frequent derailment of trains. Representatives of some of these guerrilla groups described how the underground resistance is organized and why decentralization makes it especially effective.