The police detained a 34-year-old suspected of a brutal murder that took place in mid-February in allotment gardens in Rumia (Pomeranian Voivodeship). The man was charged and sent to prison.
The body of a 54-year-old man was found on February 16 in allotment gardens in Rumia (Pomeranian Voivodeship). He had a serious head wound that appeared to have been inflicted with a sharp instrument. The perpetrator tried to hide the murdered body.
The search was carried out by officers from the Criminal Department of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdańsk, police officers from the District Police Headquarters in Wejherowo and the District Prosecutor’s Office in Gdańsk. – Thanks to extensive operational activities, analysis of the surrounding monitoring and evidence collected in the case, criminals from the provincial headquarters established the identity of the man suspected of this crime on the same day – informs the press officer of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdańsk, podkom. Karina Kaminska.
He didn’t resist
Criminals detained a 34-year-old in one of the apartments in Gdynia. The spokeswoman added that “the man was surprised and did not resist.”
During the search of the selected places, the police seized an ax, which the man most likely used to hit his victim, and the victim’s personal belongings.
The detainee was transported to the District Prosecutor’s Office in Gdańsk, where he was charged with murder. The court, at the request of the prosecutor’s office, imposed a preventive measure on the suspect in the form of pre-trial detention for a period of three months. He is punishable by up to life imprisonment for the murder.
Main photo source: KWP Gdańsk