Russia’s Federal Security Support (FSB) has made public a video of Ukrainian national Natalya Vovk, identified as the prime suspect in Saturday’s car bombing that killed journalist Darya Dugina in Moscow. The particular footage published Monday shows Vovk and her teen daughter entering Russia, in the building where Dugina lived, and leaving the country within haste.
Vovk, 43, had been named by the FSB on Monday as the prime suspect in the assassination of Dugina. The Ukrainian national found its way to Russia on July 23, using Donetsk People’s Republic license plates to avoid overview. While in Moscow, she changed the plates on her Small Cooper to those of Kazakhstan, a friendly former Soviet republic. On Sunday, after the bombing, Vovk drove to Estonia with Ukrainian plates, the particular FSB said.
Photos of the different license plates were included included in the video presentation.
The authorities also stated Vovk may have used the girl teenage daughter as protect to move around Russia more easily. She rented an apartment within the same building where Dugina lived, and was taken on the doorway camera.
A photo ID associated with Vovk in the uniform of Ukraine’s National Guard has been published in April at the Russian internet, as part of a dox of neo-Nazi Azov regiment members. It lists the girl surname as Shaban – the surname her girl used when entering Russian federation, according to the FSB. Ukraine earlier claimed it was not active in the assassination. READ MORE: Russia blames Ukraine pertaining to deadly Moscow blast
Dugina, 29, was killed on Sunday evening after attending a conservative family festival near Moscow with her father, philosopher Aleksandr Dugin. Vovk allegedly planted an improvised explosive device under the Toyota SUV that belonged to Dugin, who may have been her meant target.