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It is possible that this license plate is counterfeit: Gray 2010 Toyota RAV4 (European facelift edition, modified rear spoiler, rear spare tire, chrome door handles, roof rack): There are a few features to these two automobiles—the RAV4 and UAZ-469—that indicate that they were the same vehicles seen two days later with Buk 3×2.
The RAV4 is uncommon with its modified rear spoiler and rear spare tire, both of which are visible in the Compare this rear spoiler to the unmodified stock spoiler on the same vehicle: The UAZ-469 has a white square on both its driver and passenger-side doors.
The convoy was seen in Yubileyny at am and Alchevsk later in the morning, before arriving in Enakievo before noon.
The same website reported that a military convoy was seen in Krasnodon at am the same morning after crossing the Russian border the previous night, but it’s unclear which (if any) vehicles in the eventual Enakievo convoy were in this group The route that the convoy took across the border, through Krasnodon, Luhansk, Makeevka, and finally to Donetsk is extremely similar to the route that Buk 3×2 may have taken on July 16/17 into Donetsk, according to the Joint Investigation Team’s video in which they call for witnesses.
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This post in the Donetsk community is quite notable in its own right as a detailed witness report of the Buk in eastern Ukraine.
The bulk of the reports of the convoy are from its movement from Enakievo, through Makeevka, and to Donetsk on the afternoon of July 15, 2014.The photograph was uploaded on VKontakte on the day of the tragedy: The BBC spoke with an eyewitness (from either Snizhne or Torez) from the day of the tragedy, who said that “an officer in a military jeep escorting the BUK spoke with a Muscovite accent.” This jeep is likely the same one seen in the Torez photograph.The Hyundai van is harder to pin down, as there are not many Hyundai vans used by separatists in convoys.The Ukrainian news site Informator provides additional reports regarding this convoy.According to its reports, the convoy arrived in Luhansk at am on 15 July, including “a few tanks,” a BTR, and a large truck.