Police officers from Wilanów are looking for a man who was supposed to beat two women on a city bus in Warsaw, threaten them with life and steal a cell phone. The police asks everyone who recognizes the person from the photos or who witnessed the attack to contact him.
According to a spokesman for the Wilanów subcommand command. Robert Koniuszego, the incident took place on July 25 around 4 p.m. on the bus 131 going towards the Central Station. – The man, whose image we are publishing, got on the bus at the stop at Łowcza Street. Then he asked the aggrieved parties about the current time. After getting the answer, he left, but after a while he returned to the women and began hitting them on the head with his fists for no reason. He also said he would kill them, Koniuszy reports. And he adds that during the attack of one of the victims, a telephone fell out, which was then stolen by the aggressor.
This is what the aggressive man looked like
Based on the accounts of the aggrieved women and secured monitoring, the policemen obtained a description of the perpetrator. – He is a well-built man, about 185 centimeters tall, with blonde hair reaching to the shoulders. At the time of the incident, he was wearing a purple t-shirt and light-colored shorts. The man is missing four fingers on his left hand. It only has a thumb. He has a visible tattoo on his left forearm in the form of unspecified inscriptions – the policeman describes.
He also notes that the man spoke Polish with an eastern accent. The police asks for contact from people who recognize the man and may have any information about his identity or whereabouts. Witnesses of the attack on July 25 should also report. – All these persons are asked to contact the police in person or by phone with the police from the criminal department of the Police Station in Wilanów at Okręna 57. Information can be provided by calling the following numbers: 47 72 325 03, 47 72 325 14, or in electronic form by writing to the address : firstname.lastname@example.org – says Koniuszy.
Main photo source: KRP II