A policeman from Terespol (Lublin Voivodeship) noticed a 48-year-old man at the railway station in Warsaw who had been wanted since June, among others. for failure to comply with a court order. The uniformed officer was just returning from training for search officers. He followed the man, asking the patrol he encountered for help.
“The fact that he is an officer 24 hours a day was proven on Friday afternoon by a criminal from the Terespol police station,” says Commissioner Barbara Salczyńska-Pyrchla from the Municipal Police Headquarters in Biała Podlaska in a statement.
The uniformed officer was just returning from the police school in Piła, where he was undergoing training for search officers.
He was wanted on an arrest warrant
“While at the railway station in Warsaw, he noticed a man staying there. He recognized him as a 48-year-old resident of Terespol, wanted on an arrest warrant,” says Salczyńska-Pyrchla.
The policeman followed the man and asked a patrol they encountered along the way for help. After being detained and identified, it turned out that the uniformed officer from Terespol was right. He was a 48-year-old man who had been wanted since June, among others. for failure to comply with a court order, abuse and bodily injury.
“The man has already been sent to prison, where he will spend the next few years,” says the uniformed officer.
Main photo source: KMP Biała Podlaska