KHARKIV OBLAST, UKRAINE, Apr 12— The Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office has served a notice of suspicion to a resident of Kozacha Lopan. The man became an assistant to a local official during the Russian occupation of the region and passed on veterans’ addresses to the Russians.

“The suspect “leaked” to the Russian military the addresses of Donbas war veterans and residents with an active pro-Ukrainian position. After that, the occupiers organized “raids” on the victims and conducted “searches” in their homes,” the Prosecutor Office’s statement said.

According to law enforcement, the man also led the Russians to the homes of wealthy villagers, where both the suspect and Russians robbed people. They shared the stolen goods and transported property from Ukrainian homes to Russia.

After the Ukrainian military deoccupied Kozacha Lopan, the suspect stayed in the village. The Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office exposed him and imposed a measure of restraint in detention.

In total, more than 1,000 people in the Kharkiv Oblast received notices of suspicion within criminal proceedings over treason, collaboration, and dissemination of information about the movement of the Armed Forces.

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