- The horrific blast occurred between Sennaya Ploshchad and Sadovaya train station in St Petersburg, Russia
- Ambulances raced to the scene of the carnage caused by a nail bomb which was detonated on the network
- Metro officials reported blast was from an improvised explosive device on board which included shrapnel
- At least 10 people are reported to have been killed by the blast and 50 including children have been injured
- Nobody has claimed responsibility, but previous attacks on Russia have been blamed on ISIS and Chechens
These are the first images of the suspected terrorist accused of planting a nail bomb which ripped through carriages on a St Petersburg train killing at least ten and injuring 50 today.
Several Russian media outlets have released the CCTV picture of the bearded suspect who was wearing a long, black top and a hat blamed for caused the carnage by detonating a bomb that was packed with shrapnel.
The terrifying incident took place on a train that was travelling between Sennaya Ploshchad and Sadovaya metro stations. Nobody has claimed responsibility for the explosion, but previous attacks on Russia have been blamed on ISIS and Chechens.
Dozens have been injured, including at least three children, as it was reported the man left a briefcase on a train before moving carriages moments before the deadly blast.
A second explosive device disguised as a fire extinguisher was found and defused in a nearby station.
Bloodied passengers were left strewn across the platform in the Russian city as emergency services scrambled to save those wounded by the bomb and the resulting shards of glass and twisted metal.
Vladimir Putin is in his hometown of St Petersburg today for talks with the president of Belarus and confirmed ‘there are dead and injured’, offering his condolences to the families of those killed.