Pro-Russian separatists are accused of stealing their belongings as well as destroying evidences at the site.
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According to reports, there was not a single wallet with money, camera or mobile phone at the crash site.
According to news.com.au, Alexander Borodai Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic said that local residents may have stolen the victims' belongings.
Passenger possessions are to be returned to their families in such an incident under the Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act but Russian separatists are preventing investigators from accessing the site. (ANI)
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