The National Police have discovered DNA material that belongs to Yurii Rossoshanskyi, who is the main suspect in the case of murder of human rights activist, lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska, on the victim's body. First Deputy Chairperson of the National Police Viyacheslav Abroskin said this at a briefing, Ukrainian News Agency reports. Abroskin said that a forensic test confirmed that the DNA belonged to Rossoshanskyi. "We had run over 70 forensic tests," the police spokesman said. He also noted that residents of Demydiv village (Kyiv region) at first were reluctant to speak. Abroskin said that the police found part of Nozdrovska's clothing on the route to Demydiv village. Abroskin stressed that this was not a premeditated murder. The police also have found a knife in the river which could be a weapon in the murder of human rights activist, lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska, who lived in Demydiv village. "We've found many knives in the river... a forensic test that we've run indicated that of the knives is murder weapon," the police spokesman said. Abroskin also mused that acquaintances of Yurii Rossoshanskyi, who is the main suspect in the murder, could know more details about the murder. In addition, Abroskin said that a note in which the detained Rossoshanskyi confessed to committing the crime was written by him in the presence of the police. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Vyshhorod District Court in Kyiv region selected a restrictive measure in the form of remanding for 60 days without a possibility of bail to Yurii Rossoshanskyi suspected of murdering lawyer Nozdrovska. Body of Nozdrovska was found on January 1, 2018 in the river in Vyshhorod suburbs (Kyiv region). As a lawyer and human rights advocate, Nozdrovska worked on a criminal case of Dmytro Rossoshanskyi who stroke her sister Svitlana Sapatynska to death in his car in 2015. On January 8, the police detained father of the convict, Yurii Rossoshanskyi, on suspicion of murder of Nozdrovska. On January 9, the court arrested Yurii Rossoshanskyi for two months without a possibility of a bail.