The Bosnia and Herzegovina State Prosecutor’s Office stated that based on the preliminary findings of an investigation there were no indications that the damage was caused by shooting from firearms.
There are no traces of gunpowder at the spot where the damage was noticed, and there is no other evidence showing that the damage could have been caused by a gunshot.
The damage has probably been caused by a mechanical impact, the Prosecutor’s Office said.
After the Croatia Airlines plane landed in Sarajevo on Wednesday evening, damage was noticed on the fuselage. There was speculation that it could have been caused by a gunshot.
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