The police in Essen (NRW) has published a flash photo - the expected regret of the pictured man.The police of Essen (NRW) has published a flash photo. It shows a man at the wheel of a Mercedes. However, the car is probably not his.
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Essen/NRW: a Suspected thief is caught speeding in a Mercedes
Significantly larger impact could be on the accelerator for a man in North Rhine-Westphalia . The police food has, in fact, on Friday (12. June) the inclusion of a speed trap published. It shows a Mr young to middle-aged. leaning seemingly casually on his left Arm and lost in thought through the windshield looks. He sits at the wheel of a Mercedes . The Problem: The cart, with which he has exceeded the speed was probably not his!+ The police are looking for clues to this man.©Police eat
It is a suspected car thief , is now sought with the help of flash photos. And is likely to annoy strong, that his excessive speed could ensure that him to the police.
Essen/NRW: flash photo of a Mercedes was created on A40
The photo was taken according to the figures available in June on the A40 . It was a "suspected car thief", the police said. The Mercedes had been made in food for the prey. In Hamm officers then came to the parked vehicle. The Suspect was already gone. Why he has the car parked there, remains unclear. May he noticed that he was in the radar racing and wanted to get rid of the prey. But the photo that remains. And the man should be identify for all of you who know him well.
The police is now looking for witnesses, information about the pictured man or his whereabouts can make. Information takes the Essen police, under the number 0201/829-0.
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