Live UpdateFrom the Liveblog of Sunday, March 27, 2022
Lviv governor says man detained at site of rocket attack on suspicion of espionage
LVIV, Ukraine — The governor of the Lviv region says a man was detained on suspicion of espionage at the site of one of the two rocket attacks that rattled the city yesterday.
Maksym Kozytskyy says police found the man had recorded a rocket flying toward the target and striking it.
Police also found on his telephone photos of checkpoints in the region, which Kozytskyy said had been sent to two Russian telephone numbers.
Rockets hit an oil storage facility and an unspecified industrial facility, wounding at least five people. A thick plume of smoke and towering flames could be seen on Lviv’s outskirts hours after the attacks.