Investigators find weapons after the jihadist attack in Moscow in which at least 133 people have been murdered

Investigators have found weapons and other evidence after gunmen dressed in camouflage opened fire on concertgoers near Moscow on Friday, March 22, killing at least 115 people and wounding hundreds in an attack claimed responsibility. by militants of the jihadist terrorist group Daesh. The Russian Investigative Committee released images of a rifle lying on the ground and of personnel examining spare magazines and used bullet casings at the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk, with a capacity for 6,200 people, where the attack took place. The international news agency Reuters has been able to verify the location of the exterior shots by comparing the layout of the road and the configuration of the buildings with Street View images, archive images and Reuters coverage of the area. Reuters has not been able to independently verify where the interior shots were filmed or the date they were filmed.

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