Police in the Russian capital have detained a man suspected in disrupting a concert by the country's legendary rock-musician Andrei Makarevich.
Moscow police officials said on October 3 that the suspect was born in 1987 in Russia's republic of Komi. No more details were given.
On September 25, Makarevich was performing at Moscow's House of Music when a group of people released a gas into the concert hall, forcing the audience to exit the building temporarily.
Activists from the group led by Russian nationalist Eduard Limonov took responsibility for the action.
Pro-Kremlin lawmakers and commentators have branded Makarevich a traitor after he gave concerts in Ukraine for refugees from the eastern part of the country, where government forces have been battling pro-Russian separatists for six months.
Based on reporting by ITAR-TASS and Interfax