In the village of Snigirevka in the Nikolaev region, which was liberated from Russian occupation, the bodies of 27 people were found with signs of violent death. The head of the Nikolaev regional prosecutor's office Dmitry Kazak reported about it. According to him, bullet wounds and injuries from ammunition explosions were found on the bodies. At the same time, mass graves, as was the case in Bucha, were not found in Snigirevka.
Criminal proceedings have begun, a forensic medical examination will be carried out. Also, law enforcement officers will have to establish a full circle of those involved in the crimes.
The liberation of the village from occupation was announced on November 10. Later it became known that the Ukrainian police were resuming their work in Snigirevka, and that mobile communications had been restored in the vacated settlement.