A resident of Ivano-Frankivsk stole humanitarian aid intended for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

14:29 08 November Kyiv, Ukraine

Law enforcement officers of Ivano-Frankivsk detained a resident who stole humanitarian aid intended for the Armed Forces of Ukraine and IDPs and sold it on the local market. The suspect is now on trial.

The regional prosecutor's office announced this on its Facebook page on Tuesday, November 8.

The investigation established that in June 2022, the defendant fraudulently took possession of food and stole medicines and other things intended for the Armed Forces of Ukraine and internally displaced persons.

He lied to the rector of the church, assuring the latter that he was collecting food "for the Ukrainian military", and after receiving food for almost 90 thousand UAH, he disposed of them at his own discretion.

The attacker also learned while guarding the premises of the theater in Ivano-Frankivsk that humanitarian aid was located there - medical supplies and medicines for more than 80 thousand. UAH, and illegally took it out for his own enrichment.

The man tried to sell the stolen goods at the local market.

An indictment was filed against a man in court on the fact of fraud and theft of humanitarian aid under martial law (part 1 of Art.. 190, part 4 of Art. 185 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).