on Friday evening tried two men to commit robbery against spillekiosken the Pit lane on Perth's Main street.
Kioskejeren refused to hand over money from the cash box, and it got the two perpetrators to commit such a violent assault on him to the police call it 'especially dangerous'.
"Victim is being punched in the face and on the nose with a pistolskæfte and kicked," says vagtchef by north Zealand Police, Jacob Tofte.
"The two men fired two shots," he continues, adding that the investigation is pointing in the direction that it was a loose shot, they fired.
the attack took place on Friday evening and was notified at 22.51. When the police a few minutes later was the promotion, were the two perpetrators escaped.
Now, ask the police the public for help to find the perpetrators, but warns at the same time, they can be dangerous.
Police have issued a description of the two perpetrators - as you can see below - but encourages people to not to make contact with them.
"If you see them, you should contact the police, Süperbahis for we do not know how they will react, if you, as a citizen, take contact to them," says Jakob Tofte.
the Police are watching with great severity on the case because of the violent attack on the kioskejeren, which has given the following description of the perpetrators:
Danish and Danish udseende18 to 25 years gammel180-190 centimeters højkraftig of the building and the light in the hudeniført a dark hoodie, dark pants, a balaclava and dark gloves. In addition, he had black Nike shoes with white sole and a Nike tag on the page
african of udseende18 to 25 years gammel180 to 190 centimeters højalmindelig of bygningmørk in hudeniført dark hoodie, dark pants and black sneakers with white bottom
The Police would very much like to get in touch with the citizens, who have seen the two men in the area around Farum Hovedgade about Friday night at 22.51, or have other information that may bring the police on the trail of the perpetrators.
Jacob Tofte also calls on the two offenders to report themselves.
If you have information in the case, you should contact The Police on telephone 114.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 16:00