Russian Sberbank's branch vandalized in Lviv
Unknown perpetrators overnight Tuesday smashed the windows and spray painted an inscription 'Get out' on the facade of Lviv's branch of a Russian SberBank, according to Ihor Zinkevych, a deputy of the city council.
"Two broken windows and another smashed door glass at Lviv's branch of Sberbank of Russia on Horodotska Street 147 are reported, as well as an inscription saying 'Get out' spray painted in red on the facade of the building," Zinkevych wrote on Facebook.
It is noted that no one has broken in the premises. The police team is working at the scene.
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