Russians have stolen $5 million worth of farm vehicles from Ukraine
Russian troops in the occupied city of Melitopol have stolen all the equipment from a farm equipment dealership and shipped it to Chechnya, according to a Ukrainian businessman in the area.
But after a journey of more than 700 miles, the thieves were unable to use any of the equipment, because it had been locked remotely.
CNN has learned that the equipment was removed from an Agrotek dealership in Melitopol, which has been occupied by Russian forces since early March. Altogether it’s valued at nearly $5 million.