Police officers from Września (Greater Poland Voivodeship) detained a man who broke into a kiosk in the city. His prey was postcards depicting the city. A resident of Stargard (West Pomeranian Voivodeship) fell for the postcards.
The theft happened in the night between Wednesday and Thursday. – Before 1 a.m., the duty officer of the Poviat Police Headquarters in Września received a report of a burglary at a kiosk on Warszawska Street – reports junior aspirant Adam Wojciński, press officer of the Poviat Police Commander in Września.
The perpetrator broke the window and stole postcards with the image of Września. – After receiving an intervention from the emergency number, policemen were sent to the area of the indicated street, who arrested the perpetrator of the crime. At the word “police”, the man made a short but unsuccessful attempt to escape, Wojciński informs.
During the arrest, it turned out that the 20-year-old had a bloody hand from the window he had broken in the kiosk. He was drunk too. According to the police, he had over 2.5 per mille of alcohol in his blood.
– After sobering up, the police charged him with burglary, to which he admitted – says Wojciński.
More losses than the loot was worth
The owner of the kiosk estimated the losses at PLN 650, of which just over PLN 200 is the value of 81 postcards depicting Września.
The resident of Stargard is now facing up to 10 years in prison. The stolen postcards have been recovered.
Main photo source: KPP Września