Additional footage of strikes on Kremenchuk, which were geolocated by CNN, showed one of the two missiles that hit the city on Monday landed on the edge of a city park, close to a road machines factory.
The park is about 500 meters (about 1,640 feet) away from the mall where a missile strike killed at least 18 people.
Earlier Tuesday, the Russian defense ministry said its forces had targeted the road machines plant.
"Aerospace Forces launched a strike with high-precision air-based weapons on hangars with weapons and ammunition received from the United States and European countries," the ministry said. "As a result of a high-precision strike, Western-made weapons and ammunition, concentrated in the storage area for further shipment to the Ukrainian group of troops in Donbas, were hit."
Ukrainian authorities have denied the plant was housing military equipment.
"The plant provided services for asphalt laying, road repair and manufactured special equipment for this purpose," the head of the Kremenchuk district military administration, Oleh Liednik, told CNN Tuesday. "The factory was built in 1984 and since then, there has been no manufacture or repair of military equipment; there was no technological cycle for this."
On Monday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the missile strike on the Kremenchuk mall had been deliberate, and rejected the notion it had been an accident.
“This is not a mistaken hit of missiles,” Zelensky said. “This is a planned Russian strike at this shopping center.”