The investigation does not yet have information on the identities of the man and the woman suspected of planting an explosive device under the car which later killed journalist Pavel Sheremet in downtown Kyiv on July 20.
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"As of today, [the identities of the suspects] have not been established," Andriy Shevchenko, procedural prosecutor of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office, told reporters during a briefing in Kyiv on Thursday in a reply to a question as to whether the identities of the suspects of planting an explosive device under the car with Sheremet aboard have been established.
Investigators are currently testing four possible motives behind the murder of prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet in Kyiv, however they do not give preference to any one of them, chief of criminal investigation department of the National Police of Ukraine Dmytro Holovin has said.
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"We are working on four lines if inquiry: personal relations of the deceased; his professional journalistic activity; destabilization of the situation in the city of Kyiv and in the whole country due to the death of a prominent journalist; the fourth, respectively, is that they might have missed the target, because the car was also used by his partner [Ukraiynska Pravda chief] Olena Prytula," he said.