In social networks reported about the road filling the pit with fragments of the monument to war heroes

Investigators Omsk region organized a check, in connection with the reports that in the village of Kormilovka road pit filled with shards of a broken headstone with the names of the heroes of the great Patriotic war. This is stated on the website of the regional Department of the Investigative Committee.

“Will be verified published data, installed all the circumstances and causes of the incident and the responsible person, the action of which will be given a legal assessment”, — stated in the message.

The regional Prosecutor’s office, says “Omsk.Media”, found that in the fall of 2016, the municipal authorities repaired the memorial. Plates with the names of the dead soldiers were replaced with new, and old deposited the enterprise “zhilishchnik”.

“The audit will assess the compliance of local authorities law on perpetuation of memory of victims at protection of Fatherland, and on the protection of monuments of history and culture. If there are grounds will be taken prosecutorial response,” — said in a Supervisory Agency.

According to “12th channel”, according to first Deputy head Kormilovskogo district Eugene Malovichko, after appearing in pictures online, the local authorities went to the scene, but had found nothing. He added that it was “a clear provocation, since the sign used in order to take a picture, and then she was gone.” “In 2016, we have begun the renovation of the monument, in September removed the plates with the names of dead soldiers and brought to storage in MUP “zhilishchnik”. Now there are reviewing, perhaps one of the signs was stolen. We filed a police report over the theft,” — said the official.

May 9, in multiple groups in “Vkontakte” (Omsk Live, Frank Kormilovka) has footage with the fragments of the plate in the road among the other stones. “Did you know that signs with the names of those killed in Kormilovka (Kalinina street) filled potholes”, signed pictures, and video author of the post.

Video: Alyona Shishkova / VK