Invading Russian forces are sending tons of loot stolen from Ukrainian civilians even as they continue attacking Ukraine, the Belarusian Telegram messenger channel Belaruski Hajun, created by activist Anton Motolko, reported on April 4.
The journalists of the channel said they had received an impressive array of personal data of persons suspected of looting and killing people in Ukraine.
They also published the phone numbers, military units and cities of residence of the Russian soldiers who had arranged for the delivery of suspected stolen goods while staying in the Belarusian city of Mazyr.
Most of them were from Rubtsovsk (Altai Krai). There were also Russian soldiers from Gornyak (Altai Krai), Chita (Zabaykalsky Krai), Zheleznogorsk (Krasnoyarsk Krai), Omsk, Ulyanovsk, Novosibirsk, Moscow, Angarsk (Irkutsk Oblast), Ussuriysk (Primorsky Krai) and Birobidzhan (Jewish Autonomous Oblast).
On April 2 alone, the invaders reportedly handed over more than two tons of loot for delivery to Russia.
Earlier, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's Main Intelligence Directorate reported that the Russian military had set up a specialized bazaar in the Belarusian town of Naroulia where they were selling property stolen in Ukraine.