Police officers from Gniezno are appealing for help in determining the identity of the men who committed a brutal robbery in the city center. The woman they attacked was taken to the hospital. According to local media, both of her legs were broken by the baseball bat.
Police officers of the Poviat Police Headquarters in Gniezno are investigating a robbery that took place on July 16 after 1:00 am in an internet cafe located at Wawrzyńca Street in Gniezno. Although almost a month has passed since the incident, the police have not been able to establish the identity of the people who are responsible for them. Hence, they decided to publish a recording from a surveillance camera, which shows two men entering the premises.
– The recording shows how an unmasked man first approaches the Internet cafe, knocks on the door, opens it after a while and lets a colleague who has a balaclava on his head pass and they go inside together – says staff assistant Anna Osińska, press officer of the Gniezno police.
They beat up the employee, took the money
The man whose face was recorded outside the premises also wore a balaclava inside. A woman was killed there. The perpetrators beat her with a baseball bat and then stole the money. Thousands of dollars were stolen from them. The injured woman was taken to Gniezno Hospital. According to Radio Poznań, both legs are broken.
The police are asking for help
Investigators are trying to establish the identities of the men in the video. – If you recognize the people visible in the recording, please contact us – appeals Osińska.
The case is being handled by a staff assistant Tomasz Przybyłowicz, available from Monday to Friday at the telephone number 47 77 21 283. You can also contact us by e-mail to the following e-mail address: email@example.com, through the police officer on duty in Gniezno at the telephone number 47 77 21 211 (e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org) or the emergency telephone number 112.
– Any information may prove important in identifying the perpetrators of this act under investigation. We guarantee anonymity – emphasizes Osińska.
Main photo source: KPP Gniezno